Berenice Abbott, Manhattan Bridge, November 11, 1936

Manhattan Bridge, from the series Changing New York 1936 Berenice Abbott Born: Springfield, Ohio 1898 Died: Monson, Maine 1991 gelatin silver print mounted on paperboard sheet: 17 x 14

Berenice Abbott's Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960.  The Pendulum (1960)

Berenice Abbott’s Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photographs of Scientific Phenomena

Magnetism with Key - Berenice Abbott's Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960 | Brain Pickings

Berenice Abbott’s Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photographs of Scientific Phenomena

Berenice Abbott's Minimalist Black-and-White Science Imagery, 1958-1960 | Brain Pickings

Berenice Abbott’s Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photographs of Scientific Phenomena

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Berenice Abbott (July 1898 December born Bernice Abbott, was an American photographer best known for her black-and-white photography of New York City architecture and urban design of the learned from Ray Mann in Paris

Berenice Abbott.

Berenice Abbott: the photography trailblazer who had supersight

Avant-garde artist Berenice Abbott is famous for her shots of New York skyscrapers – but she also developed an all-new kind of scientific photography

Magnetism & Electricity, Berenice Abbott, 1958.

Berenice Abbott’s Stunning Vintage Black-and-White Photographs of Scientific Phenomena

Berenice Abbott - Changing New-York cobblestone alley

Berenice Abbott - Charles Lane, between West and Washington Streets, Manhattan

Man Ray. Portrait of Berenice Abbott. 1921 .  ●彡

© man ray // berenice abbott (when she was his assistant, exhibition berenice abbott @ le jeu de paume, paris, fev 21 to april 2012

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