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bit of Man Ray :Mrs.Julien Levy [Muriel Streeter] c.1944
Ithell Colquhoun, 1932 by Man Ray Photograph: Centre Pompidou-Musee national d'art modern/Man Ray Trust

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an old black and white photo of two women holding playing cards with the same image on them
Man Ray | Portrait de Nush Eluard en Dame de Trèfle (1931) | MutualArt
a black and white photo of two women with different hair styles on their heads, one woman's face is torn apart
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bit of Man Ray :Mrs.Julien Levy [Muriel Streeter] c.1944
an old black and white photo of a woman with flowers in her hands, sitting on a chair
Man Ray's portraits: from Pablo Picasso to Catherine Deneuve – in pictures
Ithell Colquhoun, 1932 by Man Ray Photograph: Centre Pompidou-Musee national d'art modern/Man Ray Trust
an old black and white photo of a woman with long hair
Alexander Erz-Gehölz
Alexander Erz-Gehölz
an old black and white photo of a woman with her hands on her head,
MAN RAY (1890–1976), Dorothea Tanning, 1942 | Christie's
an old photo of two people with their heads turned to look like they are looking at each other
Works | NGV | View Work
Solarised double portrait (1930s) MAN RAY
an old black and white photo of a woman with pearls on her neck wearing a choker
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Man Ray - Portrait de Liliane Roditi au collier de perles, ca. 1930
an old man is holding up a handprint
Yousuf Karsh
Yousuf Karsh - Man Ray, 1965 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
a black and white photo of a woman brushing her hair
Photographers – Page 3 – FROM THE BYGONE
Portrait of Dora Maar by Man Ray, 1936 via Photographers | FROM THE BYGONE
Balenciaga 1940 Madeleine Ozeray, Photo Man Ray Couture, Madeleine, Rochas Dress, Balenciaga Couture, Cristobal Balenciaga, Balenciaga Fashion, Balenciaga Style, Madeleine Vionnet
Balenciaga 1940 Madeleine Ozeray, Photo Man Ray — Clipping
Balenciaga 1940 Madeleine Ozeray, Photo Man Ray
the word man ray written in white ink on a black and white paper with water drops
Électricité - MetCollects - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Électricité is among the most acclaimed works by Man Ray—a dynamic assemblage of ten rayographs that the artist made as a commission for a private power company that desired to promote the domestic consumption of electricity. At the time, most homes in France relied on natural gas, wood, or coal for lighting, cooking, and heating. Man Ray used electrical appliances (light bulbs, a toaster, an iron, a fan) and electric light to cast the objects' shadows on photographic paper. Then he added wavy t
a close up of a piece of paper with the words g gauche re paris on it
Électricité - MetCollects - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Électricité is among the most acclaimed works by Man Ray—a dynamic assemblage of ten rayographs that the artist made as a commission for a private power company that desired to promote the domestic consumption of electricity. At the time, most homes in France relied on natural gas, wood, or coal for lighting, cooking, and heating. Man Ray used electrical appliances (light bulbs, a toaster, an iron, a fan) and electric light to cast the objects' shadows on photographic paper. Then he added wavy t
an open book with a black and white photo in the middle, on a dark background
Électricité - MetCollects - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Électricité is among the most acclaimed works by Man Ray—a dynamic assemblage of ten rayographs that the artist made as a commission for a private power company that desired to promote the domestic consumption of electricity. At the time, most homes in France relied on natural gas, wood, or coal for lighting, cooking, and heating. Man Ray used electrical appliances (light bulbs, a toaster, an iron, a fan) and electric light to cast the objects' shadows on photographic paper. Then he added wavy t
an open book with pictures of the moon in it's center and on its side
Électricité - MetCollects - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Électricité is among the most acclaimed works by Man Ray—a dynamic assemblage of ten rayographs that the artist made as a commission for a private power company that desired to promote the domestic consumption of electricity. At the time, most homes in France relied on natural gas, wood, or coal for lighting, cooking, and heating. Man Ray used electrical appliances (light bulbs, a toaster, an iron, a fan) and electric light to cast the objects' shadows on photographic paper. Then he added wavy t