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Harold Feinstein • Master Photographer
April 17, 1931 – June 20, 2015

We are saddened to announce the passing of Harold Feinstein on June 20, 2015.
Messages of condolences can be left on Harold’s Facebook page.

An obituary for Harold was published 7/1/15 in the New York Times.
This obituary for Harold was published 7/17 in The Daily Telegraph, London.

“Master” appropriately summarizes a 70 year career in photography.

Selection of his work at age 19 by Edward Steichen for MoMA’s permanent collection, membership in the Photo League, essays in major publications, nine books and presence in other notable museum collections testify to the broad recognition of Harold Feinstein.

Lumière has curated this exhibition… the 40th in its’ series on accomplished artists… with selections that highlight his creativity, diversity and consistent excellence. From black and white images of the urban landscape to color still lifes of flora and seashells, Feinstein’s prints radiate energy.

View the Exhibition Page

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