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mysharona1987 · 2 days ago
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nyc-looks · a day ago
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Chai, 24
“I’m wearing a pair of 60s Japanese boys jeans from Floral Haze Vintage, 60s men's golf shirt from Everything Goes Vintage on Staten Island under a vintage leather vest from Guerrisol France in Paris, and a thrifted snakeskin jacket. Accessories are an 80s bolo tie, thrifted butterfly scarf, thrifted 60s Italian boots, and my chocolate Telfar circle bag. My style is inspired by West African portrait photography of the 60s/70s, exploitation cinema, and Black America.”
Apr 9, 2022 ∙ Chelsea
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vintageeveryday · 2 days ago
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Inside the Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in Brentwood, New York in 1938.
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opendirectories · 2 days ago
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gameraboy2 · a day ago
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Times Square, New York City, 1963
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frenchcurious · a day ago
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The Chrysler Building, NYC. Photo by Bob Estremera.. - source Art Deco.
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debelice · 2 days ago
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Clear Perspective 0f Central Park New York
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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The Empire State Building’s 86th floor observatory, May 22, 1947.
Photo: Getty Images via the NY Times
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pwh3 · 21 hours ago
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Spring in New York City.
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autisticyakkowarner · 7 hours ago
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Orville Peck at the Balenciaga Spring 2023 Show
05.22.22
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mysharona1987 · a day ago
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kafkasapartment · 2 days ago
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Model of plane on float in “New York at War” parade, New York City, 1942. Andreas Feininger. Gelatin silver print.
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timetominhyuk · a day ago
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220521 @ NO LIMIT US TOUR: NY
© MOMENTUM
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therobogoose · a day ago
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Watchog enjoys a stroll along the Hudson.
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freexmoney · 6 hours ago
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gaby & olivia x freexmoney
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katmcpheefan · a day ago
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Katharine McPhee attending the New York Premiere of 'Killing Them Softly' at the SVA Theate on 26 November 2012
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frenchcurious · a day ago
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The Chrysler Building, NYC. Photo by Bob Estremera.. - source Art Deco.
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newyorkthegoldenage · a day ago
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Above: Edward Hopper, Early Sunday Morning (originally titled Seventh Avenue Shops), 1930. Oil on canvas.
This is one of Hopper's best-known paintings. Although he described this work as "almost a literal translation of Seventh Avenue," Hopper reduced the New York City street to bare essentials. The lettering in the window signs is illegible, architectural ornament is loosely sketched, and human presence is merely suggested by the various curtains differentiating discrete apartments. The long, early morning shadows in the painting would never appear on a north-south street such as Seventh Avenue. Yet these very contrasts of light and shadow, and the succession of verticals and horizontals, create the charged, almost theatrical, atmosphere of empty buildings on an unpopulated street at the beginning of the day. Although Hopper is known as a quintessential twentieth-century American realist, and his paintings are fundamentally representational, this work demonstrates his emphasis on simplified forms, painterly surfaces, and studiously constructed compositions.
For a detailed examination of the painting, see here.
Below: An old photo of the actual building that Hopper used as his inspiration for the painting.
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Text and pictures: Whitney Museum of American Art
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deadmotelsusa · 2 days ago
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Granit Hotel, Kerhonkson, New York, pictured in 1977 and today Built in 1950 on 550 acres of land, this hotel is considered one of the last of the great Catskill resorts. It was saved from closure in 2010 after being bought by Chinese hotel conglomerate, HNA Group. It’s now called the Hudson Valley Resort and Spa. Wikipedia said it closed in 2018 but there are reviews on Google as recent as 4 days ago.
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leahxlove0 · 2 days ago
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Harry Styles
~One night only New York~
The New album is amazing
I loved it
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