Andre Kertesz- I like how he took a simple railing and saw how how the shadow was. it made a really cool zigzag on the starts which makes the picture unique

by André Kertész, Stair Shadow, Washington, DC

by Andre Kertesz    #Photography #Masters My Shadow Hero.

by Andre Kertesz My Shadow Hero.

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Andre Kertesz shadows by Andre Kertesz

Disappearing Act, 1955 © André Kertész

Andre Kertesz Disappearing Act, New York, 1955 gelatin silver print 9 x

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ndré Kertész, Washington Square, New York, 1959

The Fork - André Kertesz

Andre Kertesz-the subject is simple yet with specific lighting creates an unique shape. The lighting creates tones of black and whites contrasting the subject with its background.

Andre Kertesz-uses simple black and white tones to add diversity in his photograph-the different blacks and whites set a tone through his image

André Kertész: the photographer's photographer – in pictures

Pioneering Modernist photographer Andre Kertesz took "Chez Mondrian" in the Paris studio of famed painter Piet Mondrian It appears here in detail.

André Kertész - Untitled (Still Life), 1974

André Kertész, Untitled (still life), 1974 (vintage silver-gelatin print)

Andre Kertesz, Bistro, 1927.  Learn Fine Art Photography -

Andre Kertesz, Bistro, 1927. Learn Fine Art Photography -

André Kertész | Saint-Sulpice photography

King Salamon (Still Life), 1941 by André Kertész

Andre Kertesz Lost Cloud New York 1937 1935

Andre Kertesz Lost Cloud New York 1937 1935

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Andre Kertesz: Don't be afraid to see the ordinary in an extraordinary way

Rainy Day, Tokyo by Andre Kertesz 1968

André Kertész: On Reading. Strong lines and shapes that divide the rectangle.

Andre Kertesz Pont des Arts, Paris (man reading between trees), 1963

Andre Kertesz - Still Life Photography

stilllifequickheart: André Kertész Bowl with Sugar Cubes 1928

Andre Kertesz

A different perspective on beauty. God, I love art