Below in alphabetical order are photographers we represent along with various prints consigned to us
for sale. Many of these items are not in stock and must be ordered. If you are using a smartphone,
for a larger view of a photograph please hold it vertically or horizontally, orienting to the image.
All prices are subject to change. If you would like to consign pieces with
us, send us an email or give us a call (214.871.9140).
William Abranowicz (b. 1956)
Blowing Curtain, Santorini, Greece, 1992
Images from the Greek islands. Visit his pages on our site.
Ansel Adams (1902-1984), Wikipedia entry
Leaf, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska, 1948
Silver gelatin print on 8 x 10 inch (20 x 25 cm.) paper, signed: $6,000
Thomas Michael Alleman (b. 1958)
Midtown Manhattan, December, 2004
Toy camera images of New York and Los Angeles. Visit his pages on our site.
Angela Bacon-Kidwell (b. 1970)
Surreal imagery. Visit her pages on our site.
Bruce Barnbaum (b. 1943)
Hollows and Points, Peach Canyon, 1984
Large format landscapes. Visit his pages on our site.
Gary Bishop (b. 1944)
Cowboy with Camera in Small Town Parade, Pueblo, Colorado, 1970
Documentary photography. Visit his pages on our
Peter J. Blackburn
Two Flowers in Blue Vase, 2004
Gum bichromte still lifes. Visit his page on our site.
Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971), Wikipedia entry
Hats in the Garment District, 1930
Silver gelatin print on 20 x 24 inch (50 x 60 cm.) paper, embossed
(Posthumous print from LIFE Magazine)
Carolyn Brown (b. 1936)
Glory Window at Thanks-Giving Square, 2003
Color photographs from Dallas area. Visit her pages on our site.
Wynn Bullock (1902-1975), Wikipedia entry
Child on Forest Road, 1958
Classic images from major 20th Century photographer. Visit his pages on our site.
Christopher Burkett (b. 1951), Wikipedia entry
Forest Light, Colorado
Large format color landscapist. Visit his pages on our site.
Nash Metropolitan, Dallas, Texas, 2008
Color urban photographs of Dallas and Ajijíc, Mexico. Visit his pages on our site.
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004), Wikipedia entry
Roman Amphitheatre, Valencia, 1933
Silver gelatin print on 16 x 20 inch (40 x 50 cm.) paper (his largest size), signed: $17,000
We also have a 16 x 20 inch print of Siphnos, Greece for $15,000, an excellent price, like the Amphitheatre print.
Here is our old page of his work. All the prints have been sold, but you can view his classic images.
Mark Citret (b. 1949)
Fiat 500, Gubbio, Italy, 1998
Varied subject matter on a special paper. Visit his pages on our site.
Mitch Dobrowner (b. 1956)
Lightning Strikes, Peckham, Oklahoma, 2016
The greatest storm photographer. Visit his pages on our site.
Alfred Eisenstaedt (1898-1995), Wikipedia entry
Thomas Hart Benton Paints "The Rape of Persephone," 1938
Silver gelatin print on 14 x 11 inch (36 x 28 cm.) paper, signed: $12,500
Edition of 50 from LIFE magazine: all sold out, and their last price was $20,000.
Jenny Ellerbe (b. 1960)
No Dog Allowed Hear, Morehouse Parish, Louisiana, November, 2008
Louisiana imagery. Visit her pages on our site.
Elliott Erwitt (b. 1928), Wikipedia entry
New York, 1974 (a.k.a. Dog Legs)
Humorous classic photographs by a 20th Century master. Visit his page on our site.
Terry Falke (b. 1950)
No Straight Lines in Nature, Texas, 1989
Contemporary landscapist. Visit his pages on our site.
Fran Forman (b. 1945)
Surrealistic imagery. Visit her pages on our
Eduardo and Orlando Garcia (b. 1978)
Twin Cuban documentary photographers. Visit their pages on our site.
Hubert Grooteclaes (1927-1994)
Silver gelatin print, image size 10 x 15 inches (2 x 38 cm.), signed: $1,100
Ernst Haas (1921-1986), Wikipedia entry
Dye transfer print, image size 13 x 19½ inches (33 x 50 cm.), signed, edition of 300 from Creation portfolio: $2,200
Abandoned Grain Storage, Sedgwick County, Kansas
Documentary imagery. Visit his pages on our
Steven A. Jackson
The Church, Golden, New Mexico
Photographs of New Mexico. Visit his pages on our site.
Owen Kanzler (b. 1949)
Self Portrait, Seaside Heights, New Jersey, 1985
New Jersey aerial photographer. Visit his pages on our site.
Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002), Wikipedia entry
Jean Sibelius, 1949
Silver gelatin print, image size 23½ x 19½ inches (60 x 49 cm.), signed, #4/100: $9,000
Normally this size Karsh would be priced at $12,500.
Robb Kendrick (b. 1963), Wikipedia entry
Colter Schlosser, Gang Ranch, British Columbia, Canada
National Geographic tintype series on cowboys. Visit his pages on our site.
David Hume Kennerly (b. 1947), Wikipedia entry
"V"-Day, Re-dedication of the Gerald Ford Library, Grand Rapids, Michigan, April 16, 1997
Silver gelatin print on 11 x 14 inch (28 x 36 cm.) paper, #5/6: $15,000
This is a unique collector's piece, very rare with seven important signatures....plus it's humorous.
Contact us for more information.
André Kertész (1894-1985), Wikipedia entry
Circus, Budapest, 1920
Silver gelatin print on 14 x 11 inch (36 x 28 cm.) paper, signed: $9,750
Most of these prints are on 10 x 8 paper. Our price is at auction level from six years ago.
Brian Kosoff (b. 1957)
He makes panoramic prints, often showing star trails. Visit his pages on our site.
Charles Kruvand (b. 1956)
Cypress Tree Roots and Reflections, Cypress Creek, near Dripping Springs, Texas
Large format color landscapes around Texas. Visit his pages on our site.
Jacques Henri Lartigue (1894-1986), Wikipedia entry
Avenue du Bois de Boulogne, Paris, January 15, 1911
Documentarian of the French leisure class. Visit his page on our site.
Neil Leifer (b. 1942), Wikipedia entry
Muhammad Ali reacts after his first round knockout of Sonny Liston during the 1965
World Heavyweight Title fight at S. Dominic's Arena, Lewiston, Maine, 5/25/65
Chromogenic color print, image size 20 x 21 inches (51 x 53 cm.), edition of 350,
(long sold out), signed by both Leifer and Ali: $14,500
LIFE Magazine prints, eg. Andreas Feininger (1906-1999), Wikipedia entry
Midtown Fifth Avenue During Lunch Hour, New York, 1948
Afterimage Gallery is a LIFE dealer. Go to these pages for many collectible, signed prints.
John Loengard (b. 1934) Wikipedia entry
Georgia O'Keeffe holds her favorite stone in her rock collection, Abiqui, NM, 1966
Imagery from his career at LIFE. Visit his pages on our
Keith Logan (b. 1950)
Wiwaxy Peaks and Mount Huber, Yoho National Park, British Columbia
Color landscape photographer in western Canada. Visit his pages on our
Michael Massaia (b. 1978)
The Casino Pier-Post Hurricane Sandy, 2012
Large format contemporary photographer in New Jersey. Visit his pages on our site.
Fecund 95, April, 2002
Unusual nudes. Visit his pages on our site.
Elliott McDowell (b. 1948)
Room Service, 1978 (Atop the Carlisle Hotel, New York)
Unconventional works. Visit his pages on our site.
Barbara Morgan (1900-1995) Wikipedia entry
Martha Graham-Letter to the World (Kick), 1940
Silver gelatin print, image size 9½ x 13 inches (24 x 33 cm.), signed: $4,000
Originally owned by a NYC photography dealer, this perfect print is priced several thousand below market.
Walter W. Nelson (b. 1942)
Black Place, New Mexico: Untitled #70B
New Mexico photographer. Visit his page on our site.
The New York Times Photo Archives
Skating in Central Park in teh Shadow of the historic Dakota, circa 1890
Inexpensive prints from the Times. Visit their pages on our site.
David J. Osborn (b. 1961)
Sunset over Fields, Wales, 2011
Britain and elsewhere. Visit his pages
Joyce Tenneson (b. 1945)
Nationally known Maine photographer. Visit her page on our site.
George Tice (b. 1938)
Amish Children Playing in Snow, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1969
Internationally known photographer. Visit his page on our site.
Craig Varjabedian (b. 1957), Wikipedia entry
Old Corral and Approaching Storm, Antelope Flats, Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, 2005
New Mexico large format landscape photographer. Visit his page on our site.
Geoff Winningham (b. 1943)
Miss Appaloosa Queen, Houston, Texas, 1972
Humorous Texana. Visit his pages on
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