This is a photo by Henri Cartier Bresson. It inspires me because I love photography, and I really appreciate his work. Its all in black and white and of very ordinary subjects. It proves that anything can be art.

Cartier-Bresson: A master's black-and-white world

Henri Cartier-Bresson Hyères, France, 1932 11 x 14 Silver Gelatin Photograph 16 x 20 Silver Gelatin Photograph

Boris Karloff   by Henri Cartier Bresson

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atomic-flash: “Boris Karloff as the mad architect, Hjalmar Poelzig, in the 1934 dark horror classic, The Black Cat - Directed by Edgar G.

HENRI CARTIER BRESSON http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/henri-cartier-bresson/ #photography

mysleepykisser-with-feelings-hid: “ Hibiya District, Tokyo, 1965 Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson ”

Henri Cartier-Bresson. La Tour de France, 1928. Mi capirete, lo so.

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Photography IS-Art Henri Cartier Bresson - Tour de France, with an old lady waiting to cross the street

Dessau, Germany, 1945 © Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum Photos, courtesy Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson. Henri Cartier-Bresson - Henri Cartier-Bresson: 70 Year Retrospective | LensCulture

Bid now on Behind the Gare Saint-Lazare, Paris by Henri Cartier-Bresson. View a wide Variety of artworks by Henri Cartier-Bresson, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Trent Parke Magnum Photos Photographer Portfolio

Born in Newcastle, Australia in Trent Parke now lives in Adelaide, the only Australian photographer in the celebrated Magnum group. Trent won the

Trent Parke. Rule of composition: shadow

Rule of composition: shadow The colour of the bus is extreme and brings to the viewers attention through the low key background and fore ground. the shadow of the man falls beautifully on it.

an office worker in pitt street mall reads a book in the lunch hour, sydney, australia, 1999 photo by trent parke/magnum photos

office worker in pitt street mall reads a book in the lunch hour, sydney, australia, 1999 photo by trent parke/ magnum photos

Andreas Feininger

'Walter Mitty' and the LIFE Magazine Covers That Never Were

Andreas Feininger: The Photojournalist (Dennis Stock), 1951 The Photojournalist is of acclaimed photographer Dennis Stock. Stock won the LIFE Magazine amateur competition in Feininger took this now iconic photograph of Stock as a result.

Photo © Trent Parke/Magnum photos

Balloons frame children Springing through the sky on an elastic fun ride in Darling harbour, Sydney, 2000 Trent Parke

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