André Kertész

<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Lion and Shadow</i>, 1949.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Martinique</i>, 1972.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b></p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Washington Square Day</i>, 1954.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Self Portrait</i>, 1927.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Melancholic Tulip</i>, 1939.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Satiric Dancer</i>, 1926.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Disappearing Act</i>, 1955.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Homing Ship, New York</i>, 1944.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>Lost Cloud</i>, 1937.</p>
<p><b>André Kertész</b>, <i>A Window on the Quai Voltaire, Paris</i>, 1928.</p>
1894 , d. 1985

The guy with the sly eye, a sense of humor and an innovative sense of composition.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

Link to monthly image blog