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F. Bedrich Grünzweig - Children and Statue of Hans Christian Anderson, Central Park, New York City, NY
F. Bedrich Grünzweig
Children and Statue of Hans Christian Anderson, Central Park, New York City, NY
$750
Sale
$525
Ernst Haas - Old Woman with Candles and Child on Stairs
Ernst Haas
Old Woman with Candles and Child on Stairs
$3,000
Sale
$2,100
Luther Holman Hale - Girl Seated Diagonally
Luther Holman Hale
Girl Seated Diagonally
$1,500
Sale
$1,050
David Hamilton - Girls with White Dove
David Hamilton
Girls with White Dove
$1,500
Sale
$1,050
Jiri Hampl - Gypsy Children
Jiri Hampl
Gypsy Children
$1,500
Sale
$1,050
Daisy Hayes - Child in a Garden
Daisy Hayes
Child in a Garden
$350
Sale
$245
Kenneth Heilbron - Children Begging for Autographs
Kenneth Heilbron
Children Begging for Autographs
$250
Sale
$175
Kenneth Heilbron - Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Chicago
Kenneth Heilbron
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, Chicago
$3,500
Sale
$2,450
Lucien Hervé - Accusateur (Accuser)
Lucien Hervé
Accusateur (Accuser)
$3,000
Ken Heyman - Chinese Boy
Ken Heyman
Chinese Boy
$3,000
Sale
$2,100
Lewis Wickes Hine - Brother and Sister
Lewis Wickes Hine
Brother and Sister
$3,000
Thomas Hollyman - School Children in Belize
Thomas Hollyman
School Children in Belize
$650
Sale
$455
By Alex Novak

Some of the earliest photographic images are of children. At times the subjects of these images were the photographer's own children or close relatives. Other images were sought by parents hoping to capture their babies precious and innocent childhood forever. But the reason for most of these image is a simple one: the subject just has always appealed to many photographers.

Whether a photographer was a major "name" in the field or not, the subject of childhood enticed them into this world of innocence.

From formal portraits to informal scenes of play, these images are tributes to the strength, beauty and positive energy of children.

Tibor Honty - Girls Playing a Game and Blind Man
Tibor Honty - Girls Playing a Game and Blind Man

Here you will find anonymous and nearly unknown photographers sharing the same internet exhibit space. From 19th-century masterworks from the likes of Southworth & Hawes, Thomas Eakins and Julia M. Cameron, to 20th-century images by Andre Kertesz (whose first photography book was on children), Henri Cartier-Bresson, Laure Albin-Guillot, Arthur Tress, Arnost Pikart, Robert Doisneau, Arnold Eagle, Ralph Meatyard, Irving Penn, Gianni Berengo Gardin, Sabine Weiss and Stanko Abadžic.

Enjoy this rebirth into an age of innocence.

Images of Innocence: Children in Photographs
About This Exhibit
Image List

Exhibited and Sold By
Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.

258 Inverness Circle
Chalfont, Pennsylvania   18914   USA

Contact Alex Novak and Marthe Smith

Email info@vintageworks.net

Phone +1-215-822-5662

Call for an Appointment

 

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