The Brooklyn Bridge


The Brooklyn bridge is definitely one of the most photographed bridges in the world since its construction over a 14 year period beginning in 1870. It was the first steel-wire suspension bridge ever built.

We held a show from January 21 to February 27, 1999 featuring photographs of the Brooklyn Bridge by various people. The exhibit also showed nine hand-pulled photogravures (not pictured) by Walker Evans taken in 1929 and published in 1994 by the Eakins Press Foundation, New York. (Images are 10 x 6 inches in size printed on 17 x 14 inch Rives B F K paper: $2,500.00 for the whole set.) Below you will find photographs ranging from a beautiful anonymous print made in 1890 to images by several contemporary photographers.



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Alfred Eisenstaedt
Alfred Eisenstaedt
Alfred Eisenstaedt
Alfred Eisenstaedt
Harold Roth
Harold Roth
Dave Frieder
Dave Frieder
Dave Frieder
Dave Frieder
Michael Prince
Michael Prince
Karl Struss
Karl Struss
Arthur Leipzig
Arthur Leipzig
Simon Chaput
Simon Chaput
Anonymous
Anonymous (Sold)
Barbara Mensch
Barbara Mensch
Barbara Mensch
Barbara Mensch





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