Glasses, 1937 by Olive Cotton (Australian,  1911- 2003, married to photographer Max Dupain in 1939, but not for long).

Glasses, 1937 by Olive Cotton (Australian, married to photographer Max Dupain in but not for long).

Max Dupain sparked my love of photography as a child. His photos are classically beautiful and Australian.

Bid now on Divers (Horst with model) Paris by George Hoyningen-Huene. View a wide Variety of artworks by George Hoyningen-Huene, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Max Dupain, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, circa 1973 | Australian Photography

Sydney Opera House construction Image Max Dupain Courtesy of State Library NSW

Australia Square Tower, Sydney, 1961-67 Harry Seidler Associates © Max Dupain

Gallery of Architecture, Art and Collaborative Design: Harry Seidler Exhibition - 2

The Rose House, at Turramurra 1951 Architect Harry Seidler . Copyright State Library of NSW

House (Rose), Clissold St, Turramurra, c. 1951 Architect: Harry Seidler & Associates Max Dupain & Associates Via State Library NSW

1967 Harry and Penelope Seidler House (Killara) @ Harry Seidler

Penelope Seidler was thinking of this Max Dupain 1967 photo of her in the bush below her & Harry Seidler's house in killara - when in the same location some 46 years later in artist Fiona Lowry captured her look for 2014 Archibald prize winning portrait.

Fernand Fonssagrives (1910-2003) - Sand Fence, c.1935 (Lisa Fonssagrives)

Black and White Photography: Fernand Fonssagrives - Sand Fence, (Lisa Fonssagrives)

Twilight Peak Hour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1939 by Max Dupain

my favourite Australian photographer, Max Dupain's photo of the Bridge; Twilight Peak Hour, Sydney Harbour Bridge 1939 - Silver Gelatin via Artists page

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