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Icons of Photojournalism
Joe Rosenthal
Raising the Flag on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 1945
Gelatin silver print
11.25 x 14 in.
Est. US$4,000–6,000

Icons of Photojournalism

Auction: 22 Apr – 29 Apr 2014

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Icons of Photojournalism
Robert Capa
GI carries injured paratrooper to medical aid station during first Allied air drop behind enemy lines near Wesel, Germany, March 24, 1945
Gelatin silver print
13.38 х 8.88 in.
Est. US$7,000–10,000

Icons of Photojournalism

Online auction live for bidding now through April 29.

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Susanna Wenniger
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artnet Auctions is pleased to present Icons of Photojournalism, a groundbreaking sale featuring powerful war photography from the turn of the century to the present, ranging in value from US$5,000 to 25,000. One highlight of the sale is Joe Rosenthal’s historic photograph from World War II, Raising the Flag on Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima, 1945. Rosenthal captured what is easily considered to be one of the most recognizable images of the war. This sale also features work by renowned photographers such Dmitiri Baltermants, Yvegeni Khaldei, Horace Bristol, Robert Capa, Elliott Erwitt, Larry Burrows, Steve McCurry, Kenneth Jarecke, and Lori Grinker.


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Icons of Photojournalism
Horace Bristol
Rescue at Rabaul: PBY Blister Gunner, 1944
Platinum print
10 x 10.5 in.
Est. US$6,000–7,500
Icons of Photojournalism
Catherine Leroy
Corpsman Vernon Wike, Battle for Hill 881, South Vietnam, April– May, 1967
Gelatin silver print
10 х 13 in.
Est. US$8,000–12,000