pendant mes moments de loisir

A picture blog dedicated to the art of vintage and historic photography.

I urge followers and re-bloggers to not only look, but to research and read the history of these photos and photographers. You will learn a lot from them.

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  1. whataboutbobbed:

Showgirls at the Copacabana ClubPhotograph by Stanley Kubrick, New York City, 1948

    whataboutbobbed:

    Showgirls at the Copacabana Club
    Photograph by Stanley Kubrick, New York City, 1948

    Notes: 849

    Reblogged from: mothgirlwings
  2. "New Year’s Eve, Times Square"Photograph by Dan Weiner, New York, 1951 

    "New Year’s Eve, Times Square"
    Photograph by Dan Weiner, New York, 1951 

    Notes: 9

  3. nevver:

Grand Central, New Year’s Eve 1969

Photograph by Leonard Freed

    nevver:

    Grand Central, New Year’s Eve 1969

    Photograph by Leonard Freed

    Notes: 7196

    Reblogged from: nevver
  4. theconstantbuzz:

"Monkey with a Gun"© Photograph by Albert Watson, New York City, 1992

    theconstantbuzz:

    "Monkey with a Gun"
    © Photograph by Albert Watson, New York City, 1992

    Notes: 103

    Reblogged from: theconstantbuzz
  5. theconstantbuzz:

Andy Warhol at the installation of his Cow wallpaper & plastic silver pillow-shaped balloons at the Leo Castelli Gallery.Photograph © Nat Finkelstein, April 1966, New York City

    theconstantbuzz:

    Andy Warhol at the installation of his Cow wallpaper & plastic silver pillow-shaped balloons at the Leo Castelli Gallery.
    Photograph © Nat Finkelstein, April 1966, New York City

    Notes: 219

    Reblogged from: theconstantbuzz
  6. Marlene Dietrich welcomes home World War II soldiersPhotograph by Irving Haberman, New York City, 1946 

    Marlene Dietrich welcomes home World War II soldiers
    Photograph by Irving Haberman, New York City, 1946 

    Notes: 17

  7. Dancers at the Balanchine School of American BalletPhotograph by Alfred Eisentaedt, New York City, 1936 

    Dancers at the Balanchine School of American Ballet
    Photograph by Alfred Eisentaedt, New York City, 1936 

    Notes: 13