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Buy the English Children in Bomb Shelters WWII 1940 Photo Print for sale at The McMahan Photo Art Gallery and Archive.


Henri Cartier-Bresson Dessau, Germany 1945 “To photograph: it is to put on the same line of sight the head, the eye and the heart.” Henri Cartier-Bresson, “The Decisive Moment” 1952

AM photographer Cecil Beaton visited No 249 Squadron RAF at RAF North Weald in September 1940 and captured P/O James RB "Jim" Meaker (left) and P/O Percival R-F "Percy" Burton as they walked away for a post-sortie debrief. The pilots were relative newcomers, having arrived on 27 June and 21 July respectively, both perishing in combat in Hurricane Mk I GN-N and GN-H on the morning of 27 September.

At the time of the Battle of Britain RAF fighter pilots were idolised by the…

Teacher and children

Teacher and children

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Explore his archives through a choice of fifteen photos excerpted from Robert Doisneau's photo archives. We shall put more of them online bit by bit.

In 1936, Helen Levitt found a medium for her “unconscious obsession:” she began photographing children’s play in the streets of her native New York City.

Untitled (A group of boys sitting on a street corner with one standing), by Helen Levitt, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles The Ralph M.

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The Flying Cut Sleeves documentary is an unreal look at NYC street gangs. Check out this film and go back to a time when youth culture was pure rebellion!

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Unkown photographer, courtesy of Getty ImagesGroup of Boys Fighting in a Heap, circa 1950 Popular for its use on 3 Doors Down’.