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F.B. Grunzweig, Czech (1910 - 2009)
F.B. Grunzweig - Between Heaven and Earth, United Nations Window Cleaner
F.B. Grunzweig
Between Heaven and Earth, United Nations Window Cleaner
Vintage Silver Gelatin Photograph
c. 1950's,printed early to mid 1960's
10 x 7 3/4inches

Photographer's stamp and Photo Researchers label on print verso. Numerous notations on verso.

View F.B. Grunzweig - Between Heaven and Earth, United Nations Window Cleaner ph
View F.B. Grunzweig - New York at Night Midtown photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - TWA Terminal - Kennedy Airport, NY - Passenger Ramp photog
View F.B. Grunzweig - Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, NYC. photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Macy's Thanksgiving Parade-Mighty Mouse photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Juggler Madison Square Garden photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Metropoliton Museum of Art N.Y.C. photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - String Orchestra photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Brooklyn Bridge Towards City photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - N.Y. City Plaza - 59th Street photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Luncheon Break-Institute De France, Paris photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Statue of Napoleon's Sister- Pauline Borghese by Canova ph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Instruments at Ease-Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade photogr
View F.B. Grunzweig - Indian Dancer photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Plaza - NYC Winter photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Cape May, N.J. photograph
F.B. Grunzweig - Central Park, NYC - Famous Children's Statue
View F.B. Grunzweig - Krishna Menon Party photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Untitled (little girl) photograph
View F.B. Grunzweig - Odd Resemblance: Youngster at New York Parade photograph

Grunzweig was born in Prague and escaped to the US from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia in 1939, settling in New York City. He is particularly known for his documentary photographs of NYC, but he also traveled extensively around the United States and throughout the world. Grunzweig died in 2009, just short of his 99th birthday. Grunzweig's work has been widely exhibited and can be found in many important collections including the Museum of Modern Art (NY), the International Center of Photography, the Jewish Museum (NY), the Israel Museum (Jerusalem), the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and the Seagram's Photo Collection.