Trude Fleischmann

Studie (Inge Schön)

2,040€  *
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    DETAILS

  • Vintage gelatin silver print on Mimosa paper

  • 39,7 x 29,5 cm

  • 1895 – Wien – 1990

  • Signed in ballpoint pen and photographer‘s blind stamp lower left. Flush-mounted to original card.Dated and titled in ballpoint pen, titled and information about the print in pencil as well as label „Polskie Towarzystwo Fotograficzne Warszawa, Wystawa 193

  • In 1920, at the age of 25, Fleischmann opened her own studio close to Vienna's city hall. Her glass plates benefitted from her careful use of diffuse artificial light. Photographing music and theatre celebrities, her work was published in various magazines. In addition to portraits of Karl Kraus and Adolf Loos, she took a nude series of the dancer Claire Bauroff, which the police confiscated when the images were displayed at a Berlin theatre, bringing her international fame. Fleischmann also did much to encourage other women to become professional photographers. With the Anschluss in 1938, Fleischmann was forced to leave the country. She moved first to Paris, then to London and finally, together with her former studient and companion Helen Post, in April 1939 to New York. In 1940, she opened a studio on West 56th Street next to Carnegie Hall which she ran with Frank Elmer who had also emigrated from Vienna. In addition to scenes of New York City, she photographed celebrities and notable immigrants including Albert Einstein, Eleanor Roosevelt, Oskar Kokoschka, Lotte Lehmann, Otto von Habsburg, Count Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and Arturo Toscanini. She also worked as a fashion photographer, contributing to magazines such as Vogue.

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