Painters on the Brooklyn Bridge Suspender Cables-October 7, 1914

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    Artist: Eugene de Salignac
    Artist Bio: American, 1861 - 1943
    Creation Date: 1914
    Print Date: modern print
    Process: gelatin silver print
    Credit Line: Gift of the Howe and Mohler Family, New York, NY
    Image: Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives
    Accession Number: 2005.003.001

    Michelle Rick, margaret durow, and 480 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. lf979883 45 months ago | reply

      Brilliant shot, love the extreme clarity of some old photos.

    2. {STEEL*CRAZY} [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

      not bad for 10 cents a day

    3. The Adorable Catfood 43 months ago | reply

      Just a question...

      "This photo was taken some time in 1914 using a Canon EOS 5D Mark II. "
      -WHAT?!:D

    4. Andrew Vox Photography 43 months ago | reply

      Time Travel, Catfood. Obviously #sillyquestion.

    5. Marquisde 43 months ago | reply

      great pic. love those vanishing lines. lol, time travel

    6. BlueisCoool 37 months ago | reply

      An amazing capture - congrats !

    7. ewueron 35 months ago | reply

      at first glimpse i thought that was a skyscraper... beautiful concept...

    8. Yaroslav Gerzhedovich 34 months ago | reply

      Somehow reminds me of René Magritte.

    9. jodes3011 27 months ago | reply

      does anyone know where I can purchase a copy of this photo?

    10. lf979883 27 months ago | reply

      No offence but there is ample information in the description - n y c muni photos can be printed for a nominal fee.

      www.nyc.gov/html/records/html/about/archives.shtml

      Look, the banner at the top of the webpageeven features this image

    11. Sirackent 19 months ago | reply

      The photography is fantastic and I would love to appreciate the creativity of mind by which it is done.
      sterling painting

    12. Felix XY 18 months ago | reply

      1914 amazing! taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark II :)

    13. gluposti2012 15 months ago | reply

      yes, please go to the source, the New York City Municipal Archives: nycma.lunaimaging.com/luna/servlet/s/s5q405
      The photo was never published until 1980 so it is still under copyright.

    14. gluposti2012 15 months ago | reply

      oh and the photo was taken on October 7, 1914 with a 8x10 glass-plate field camera. The original negative is still at the NYC Municipal Archives.

    15. mike5671 3 months ago | reply

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    16. in2it47 3 weeks ago | reply

      er......health and safety, anyone?

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