“Whitman’s Chocolates are not “sold everywhere”.
Sold only in specially selected stores.
Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894 – 1986) was a French photographer and painter. He took his first photographs at the age of six, using his father’s camera. In 1915 he attended the Académie Jullian: painting was his professional activity and from 1922 he exhibited in the salons of Paris and southern France; he photographed many sporting events. Lartigue created an amazing body of photographs, prints and written diaries.
Paul Strand (1890-1976) was an American photographer. He studied at the Ethical Culture School, where he developed an interest in photography.
Strand built his career on photographing people in small communities. In 1945, the Museum of Modern Art in New York created its first one-person photography show with his works.
Lisette Model, born Elise Amelie Felicie Stern (1901 – 1983) was an Austrian photographer.
She worked for PM magazine and Harper’s Bazaar with editors Carmel Snow and Alexey Brodovitch.
From 1951 to 1954 and from 1958 to her death she was an instructor of photography at The New School.