It was in the United States after the war, in a context of economic growth and a buoyant and expanding press, that Erwin Blumenfeld’s humorous, inventive and personal work (1897-1969) flowered. Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Collier’s, Cosmopolitan, Life, Look all of the big American fashion magazines hired him regularly over a fifteen year period, a photographer that Alexander Liberman admiringly called “ the most graphic and rooted in art”.
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