Though born in Germany, Werner Wolff became one of the most prominent American photographers of the 20th Century. Working mainly for New York's Black Star Agency, he chronicled everything from world leaders to children at play, amassing an impressive body of work over his 40+ year career. This cityscape is haunting and gorgeous--and it is an original photograph from his own studio, not an after-market reproduction. It is dry mounted and has some surface damage--but the overall impact is impressive. Please note that the bright white spots are part of the print (on the negative) and are not damage to the piece.
18" W x 12" H
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