New York Construction Workers Lunching on a Crossbeam
Framed Art Print
Item #: 11710301A
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- Visually Appealing
- Poor Quality Material
- Unattractive Frame Design
Delivery was great! super quick! the picture was as expected but the frame quality is really bad.
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- The Print
- The Artist
Death-defying photographer, Charles Ebbets (1905-1978) was as fearless as the vertigo-resistant construction workers he photographed. Casually dangling on the I-beams of New York skyscrapers, the workers were immortalized in a series of nearly 300 dizzying shots published in the New York Herald Tribune. His photography epitomized the American spirit of risk-taking bravery and ingenuity that was behind building New York into a world class city. Ebbets, a daring photographer, also worked as a pilot, auto racer, wrestler and a hunter, while also working as the official photographer for prizefighter Jack Dempsey.
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