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Fotografia: Alguns fotógrafos extrangeiros Eugene Smith, leading lines

Peter van Agtmael Receives the 2012 W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography - LightBox

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Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath by William Eugene Smith - Inspirational Story behind a Photo

Eugene Smith Tomoko Uemura in Her Bath Minamata, 1972 Minimata disease is a neurological syndrome caused by severe mercury poisoning. Named for a town in Japan where a plant's wastewater contaminated the bay for decades.

W. Eugene Smith, Hitachi, Japan, 1962. Photograph by Kozo Amano

The Beret Project: William Eugene Smith was an American photojournalist known for his refusal to compromise professional standards and his brutally vivid World War IIphotographs.

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William Eugene Smith, Spanish Village 1951 This is a very good picture of everyday life. Just because it showing what people do to help and its a nice sunny day. When this picture was took because the sun is shining of the the hills.

Note: This is a paper I wrote for a photo history class I took at Utah State University. It is with Eugene Smith and this class that my interest in and love for photographic history was born. &#822…

W. Eugene Smith – A Complicated Life

Eugene Smith Portrait of W. Eugene Smith holding a camera Self portrait Born December 1918 Wichita, Kansas Died October 1978 (aged Tucson, Arizona, U.

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The Jazz Loft Project On View May 19 - Oct. Eugene Smith, W. Eugene Smith at fourth-floor window of 821 Sixth Avenue, c.

w. eugene smith, spanish village - bread, 1950

'Spanish Village': W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay

Province of Caceres. Bernardina CURIEL carrying 24 loaves of home made bread to the local bakery, in order to bake them. From "Spanish Village" photo-essay.

Nurse Midwife Maude Callen 1951 | W. Eugene Smith’s Landmark Photo Essay, ‘Nurse Midwife’ | LIFE.com

W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay, 'Nurse Midwife'

Nurse-Midwife Maude Callen Chatting with 8 and 9 Year Old Sisters Carrie and Mary Jane Covington, W Eugene Smith

Thelonious Monk, from the Jazz Loft Project, by W. Eugene Smith

W. Eugene Smith and the Jazz Loft Project

Eugene Smith and the Jazz Loft Project - Thelonious Monk, with crop marks drawn by the photographer, W.

Maude Callen on duty. In December 1951, LIFE published one of the most extraordinary photo essays ever to appear in the magazine. In W. Eugene Smith’s pictures, the story of a tireless South Carolina nurse and midwife named Maude Callen working in the rural South in the 1950s. She served as “doctor, dietician, psychologist, bail-goer and friend” to thousands of poor (most of them desperately poor) patients. (click through to see more. rw)

W. Eugene Smith's Landmark Photo Essay, 'Nurse Midwife'

While the media goes berserk over a royal baby in England, LIFE focuses on a heroic South Carolina nurse and midwife named Maude Callen.