Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Great Early Photographs

Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Great Early Photographs

Henri Cartier-Bresson was a photographer who, some critics have said, was a bundle of contradictions.  He was interested both in photographic realism, in the world as it was, as well as in the hidden depths of the unconscious that the camera might reveal, in the search for mystery.  This article presents a slide  show of his early masterworks, entitled: “The Incisive Moment.”

Slide Show: Henri Cartier-Bresson/The Incisive Moment

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2 Responses to “Henri Cartier-Bresson’s Great Early Photographs”

  1. timethief Says:

    WOW! Thanks for posting this. I really enjoyed the slide show. 🙂

  2. RC of strangeculture Says:

    i love that photo with the dog jumping mid-air.

    The picture of the woman with the flower and the guns reminds me of a poem by the Russian Poet Yuvgenny Yevtushenko (i totally spelled his name wrong) about flowers and bullets.


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