Andreas Feininger, The Photojournalist, Silver gelatin print, Contessa Gallery. Click to inquire
FADA/blog has been devoted to highlighting monochromatic works of color in its collection, with vibrant pops of orange and cooling shades of blue decorating previous posts. While most of the images we are inundated with today are blasted in high definition color, this post returns to more sleeker notions of seeing things in black and white.
Nat Finkelstein, Andy, B&W photograph mounted between dibond aluminum and UV acrylic, Wooster Projects. Click to inquire
Alfred Eisenstaedt, Children at the Puppet Theatre, Paris, Silver gelatin print, Contessa Gallery. Click to inquire
Leonard Baskin, Tobias and the Angel, Wood engraving, Denenberg Fine Arts. Click to inquire
It's undeniable, Black and White evokes mystery: one can only think of glossy Film Noir and its villains receding enigmatically into the shadows. The combination also appears frequently in photography, with choice works from FADA's inventory exuding sophistication.
Howard Norton Cook, Eagle Dance, edition of 200, Woodcut, David Cook Fine Art. Leonard Baskin, Tobias and the Angel, Wood engraving, Denenberg Fine Arts. Click to inquire
Wayman Elbridge Adams, Mrs. Ivory, Lithograph, Eckert & Ross Fine Art. Click to inquire
Most of all "Black and White" connects us to the past. While it often makes us think of the old... it never goes out of style. Enjoy FADA's confident display of black and white works, giving color a run for its money.
Pablo Picasso, T?te de jeune fille- The fourth state of ten, Lithograph, Galerie Michael. Click to inquire
Daniel Adel, Ionic, Oil on linen, Arcadia Contemporary. Click to inquire