House by Railroad, 2000 - George TICE

House by Railroad, 2000

George TICE

House by Railroad, River Street, Paterson, New Jersey, 2000

Original Photography

Gelatin Silver Print, signed 

  • 20,32 x 25,4 cm / 8 x 10 inch
  • 27,9 x 35,6 cm / 11 x 14 inch
  • 41 x 51 cm / 16 x 20 inch
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  • George TICE

    George TICE is a renowned photographer, who has been focusing his work on the American rural and urban environment . He is particulary attracted to remnant of American culture on the edge of extinction - from the small provincial communities to urban neighborhoods. George TICE , a 10th generation New Jerseyan, was born and raised in Newark in 1938. He develops his desire to photograph after discovering the albums with family images belonging to his father. At the age of fourteen, he decides to join the Carteret Camera Club. During this period, he wins the second place in the black and white print competitions and from this moment on he decides to make his career in the field of photography.  In 1955 he briefly studied a commercial photography in the Newark Vocational and Technical High School. As soon as he turned sixteen he took a decision to quit his studies and start to ...

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Data sheet

Format : Horizontal

Type : Black & White

Theme : Street photography

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