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Empire State Shadow, Framed – Nat Fein

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Empire State Shadow

Nat Fein

Medium: Printed Photograph on Archival Paper

Retail Price: $1,300.00
Shipping: $100.00
Total: $1,400.00

Image Size: 16″ W x 20″ H
Framed Size: 25″ x 29″

Edition Number: 15/250

Nat Fein Biography

Nat Fein Biography
Nat Fein was a photographer for the New York Herald Tribune for thirty-three years. Fein is known for photographing Babe Ruth at the end of his life, winning the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for his photograph “The Babe Bows Out”. He was born and raised on the lower east side of Manhattan. He was a press photographer at the New York Herald Tribune from 1933 to 1966. Albert Einstein, Ty Cobb, Queen Elizabeth, and Harry S. Truman were among the many public figures that he photographed. He won more press photo awards than any of his contemporaries. Although considered to be one of the greatest human interest photographers in journalism, he carried the distinction of having taken “the most celebrated photograph in sports history” (NY Times, 1992). Fein’s Babe Ruth image was the first sports picture to win a Pulitzer Prize.

Known for setting a scene proper, he would climb buildings and bridges to get the shot he was after. Fein’s main subject matter was New York following World War II.

Description

Empire State Shadow

Nat Fein

Medium: Printed Photograph on Archival Paper

Retail Price: $1,300.00
Shipping: $100.00
Total: $1,400.00

Image Size: 16″ W x 20″ H
Framed Size: 25″ x 29″

Edition Number: 15/250

Nat Fein Biography

Nat Fein Biography
Nat Fein was a photographer for the New York Herald Tribune for thirty-three years. Fein is known for photographing Babe Ruth at the end of his life, winning the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for his photograph “The Babe Bows Out”. He was born and raised on the lower east side of Manhattan. He was a press photographer at the New York Herald Tribune from 1933 to 1966. Albert Einstein, Ty Cobb, Queen Elizabeth, and Harry S. Truman were among the many public figures that he photographed. He won more press photo awards than any of his contemporaries. Although considered to be one of the greatest human interest photographers in journalism, he carried the distinction of having taken “the most celebrated photograph in sports history” (NY Times, 1992). Fein’s Babe Ruth image was the first sports picture to win a Pulitzer Prize.

Known for setting a scene proper, he would climb buildings and bridges to get the shot he was after. Fein’s main subject matter was New York following World War II.

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Weight 1 lbs

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