The Window Washer was photographed in the mid 1950's and is part of the "Window People" series which was featured on the Today Show. The image was taken in my studio on East 68th Street in NYC. I was fascinated by the indifferent expression on his face and also by the pattern that his brush was making. This was not a set-up shot. It occurred naturally and it illustrates again the importance of being ready, recognizing and capturing that "moment in time". The image is printed on 13"x19" Fine Art Baryta. Live image area is 9.9"H x 9.5" W.
|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, streets of nyc|
|Quantity Remaining:||100 (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