Vanity Fair - July 1933

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 Published July 1, 1933. This multiple-exposure photograph of the Empire State Building by Edward Steichen is a great example of the modernist aesthetic. An Art Deco masterpiece, it stood as the world's tallest skyscraper from its completion in 1931 until the World Trade Center Twin Towers took the title in 1972. Steichen's photograph appeared in the July 1933 Vanity Fair. Artist by Edward Steichen

15.25" W X 17.3" H

 

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