Arthur Fellig (Weegee)

<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Their First Murder</i>, 1945.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>At the Palace Theater</i>, circa 1945.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Simply Add Boiling Water</i>, December 18th, 1943.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>The Fashionable People</i>, Life Magazine, December, 1943. Renamed <i>The Critic</i> in 'The Naked City', 1945.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Billie Dauscha and Mabel Sidney, Bowery Entertainers</i>, December 1944.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Children on Fire Escape</i>, 1938.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>In the Paddy Wagon</i>, 1942. Charles Sodokoff and Arthur Webber Use Their Top Hats to Hide Their Faces.</p>
<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Music Lovers</i>, circa 1940.</p>
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<p><b>Arthur Fellig</b>, <i>Girl smiles on the beach in Coney Island while her boyfriend who just drowned is being tended to by lifeguards</i>, 1940.</p>
1899 , d. 1968

Freelance New York photographer who worked at night, listened to police radio and news broadcasts and raced authorities to the scene, developed film in the trunk of his car and sold it to tabloids and photo agencies.


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

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