Row of Cows’ Rumps, With Fat-Cheeked Family Of Six Milking Them, In Neat Cow Barn [Wisconsin]. Alfred Eisenstaedt, German/Amer.
Go Back

Row of Cows’ Rumps, With Fat-Cheeked Family Of Six Milking Them, In Neat Cow Barn [Wisconsin]

c1948. Vintage silver gelatin photograph, annotated in various hands with stamps and remnants of typed label verso, 17.4 x 24cm. Slight cracking, handling crinkles and discolouration, minor wear to edges, old tape verso.

Stamps include “Photo by PIX Incorporated, 250 Park Avenue, New York City…Please credit Alfred Eisenstaedt – PIX…” and “IFOT. International Photo Service, Phillip Schous Vej 9, Copenhagen.”

PIX, Inc. was an early New York City photo bureau which followed European, particularly German, precedents. From 1935 to 1969 it supplied news and feature photographs to magazines, especially Life and, later, Sports Illustrated.

A photographer and photojournalist, Alfred Eisenstaedt began his career in pre-World War II Germany. After moving to the U.S., he achieved prominence as a staff photographer for Life magazine, which featured more than 90 of his pictures on its covers with over 2,500 photographic stories published. Ref: Getty Images (for title); Wiki.

.
Item #CL191-90

Price (AUD): $1,950.00  Other currencies

See all items in Photography