New York Grand Central Station Waiting Room was photographed in 1952. I am not sure whether all of these people were waiting for a train or just trying to keep warm. Notice that almost all of the men are wearing hats. It is printed with a slightly warm tone on 13"x19" Hahnemuhle, 325gsm, Fine Art Baryta paper. The image is 9.0"x10.8" signed by Norman Lerner just below the lower right hand corner of the live area image.
|Photograph Type:||Medium Format|
|Print Type:||Archival Ink Jet|
|Style:||Black & White|
|Subject:||Architecture & Cityscape|
|Tags:||street photography, documentary photography, nyc street scenes, moments in time, fine art photography, photography in the city|
|Quantity Remaining:||99 (Signed and numbered)|
|Ships From:||Mount Juliet, TN, United States|
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Norman Lerner has been photographing the world about him since 1952. He was described in the 2011 issue of Black & White Magazine as "one of a small select group who excelled at both fashion and docum... More