Rare - Ve Day Celebration Montreal Original Photo 1945 Water Fun,youth -c Harder
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Rare - Ve Day Celebration Montreal Original Photo 1945 Water Fun,youth -c Harder:
One-of-a-kind ORIGINAL VINTAGE AP Photo of VE DAY street celebrations
in Downtown MONTREAL most likely on ST. CATHERINE STREET.
******YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN SOAKED IN CELEBRATORY SHOWER!!**********
PROFESSIONAL high-quality photo in GREAT CONDITION, taken from a woman's unique perspective. Scans do not fully capture the clarity of the images. Faces extremely distinct, even in large crowd.....Do U happen to recognize someone who you may know out of the group?
*WHERE ARE THEY NOW? HELP IDENTIFY SUBJECTS!*
Highly collectible, of museum quality! Great historic value! *NOTE that at cbc.ca/news/background/ve-day....all the official existing archives do not focus on women or children!
***Copyrights surrendered due to estate sale. Not a media or limited edition.***
Estate sale with 30 day warranty. Best price guaranty for fast sale. Price includes warranty and shipping. Item specifics:
-"V-E Day May 7, 1945" written in pen on back by photographer Carolyn Harder; photographer's last name in pencil. This item is part of a series from the unique collection of the late photographer *Carolyn (Caroline) Harder*. The majority of these items are from her artist's portfolio (AP) and personal private collection. Never seen before, this original, one-of-a-kind collection contains vintage photographs primarily from the 1940s with subjects like Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt,V-E day celebrations in Montreal, Igor Stravinsky in rehearsal, Bing Crosby, Irene Dunne, Anne Baxter and many other movie stars and singers. These original un-published photos are not media editions or recent reproduction. They are the only specimens that exist, all from an accomplished artist. Copyrights surrendered due to estate sale! Carolyn (Caroline) Harder was a Canadian female journalist photographer from the 1940s, the daughter of Dr. E.C. Harder. Based in Westmount, Quebec,of Irish descent, she traveled a lot. As a journalist photographer, she worked for The Standard in Montreal and The Montreal Gazette. She was often privileged with rare informal shots of celebrities and world leaders. One of the very few women photographers of her day, she provided a fresh and detailed angle with a warm subtlety lacking in a male-dominated profession. The prominent characteristic of Harder's photos is the relaxed disposition of her subjects. Harder had the wonderful talent of capturing joyful and tender moments with a casual but professional angle. Most of her photographs are of happy, smiling people, as opposed to an uptight portrait style. She displayed a unique warmth and subtlety in all her photos. With regard to the quality, the images in all her photos are crisp and sharp. Even in crowd shots, the details are extremely clear, showing her expertise with professional cameras. From her global assignments, there are magnificent views of buildings in Florence, Quebec City, Montreal,Taiwan,etc. Her portfolio also includes endearing pictures of camps, weddings and respected families, with family names recorded in pen on the back of each photo.....will make great gift-set for your beloved. Estate prefers to have these unique pictures to return to those who truly appreciate an artist's reflection of her times; captured moments of joy, solemnity, relief, excitement and sentiment; historical and family memorabilia. All of Carolyn Harder's items are of amazing quality for reproduction, in excellent condition with no tears or paste marks! Very Rare & Highly Collectable, of museum category.