Constant Emile Puyo - Women in Veils
Anton Schranz - The Citadel with Mosque and Ruins, Cairo, Egypt
Jerry Spagnoli - La Defence, Paris
Anonymous - Mason or Architect in Top Hat
Anonymous - Girl Seated
Weegee - Louis Armstrong

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Participate in an Upcoming Online Survey about the AIPAD New York Photography Show

If you attended this year's AIPAD New York Photography Show and would like to be a part of an important survey relating to the show, please email us so that…

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Featured Exhibit

Johann Ludwig Belitski: 19th-century Master of Lighting and Still Life

By Alex Novak

Johann Ludwig Belitski was a photographer born in Liegnitz in Silesia (now Legnica, Poland) about 1830. He died in Nordhausen, Germany, in 1902.

Belitski trained as a gilder…

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Collecting Resources

Art of Eating Well in Paris

After hearing about several bad experiences in French restaurants from friends and having numerous people ask me about good places to eat at in Paris, I decided to put together…

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