Nat Fein's Vintage New York Photos of the 40s and 50s
Collection of News and Stock Photography by Pulitzer Prize Photographer Nat
The Nat Fein ESTATE
Home of the Pulitzer Prize
BABE RUTH photo by news photographer
NAT FEIN. Vintage New York City
news and stock photography of celebrities, historic news events and old New York
street scenes are made available for sale or license by the estate of Nat Fein.
These museum quality Nat Fein prints are created from the original negatives.
is world renowned for his compelling Babe Ruth image, as well as his
insightful news photos. A Press Photographer for the New York Herald Tribune
for thirty-three years, Nat Fein is well known for his ability to capture the
soul of old New York. He carries the distinction of having taken "the most
celebrated photograph in sports history" (New York Times, 1992). His
remarkable collection of journalistic photography spans from the early 1930s to
the mid 1960s. More Nat Fein Bio
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Nat Fein Photo Prints
SIGNED section offers limited
edition estate owned prints
and developed by Nat Fein.
UNSIGNED section makes available beautiful posthumous Nat Fein
prints in both archival digital fine art prints and silver gelatin
PIX INDEX section displays an index of our extensive collection of
photography by category.
Print comes with a ten day money back guarantee and letter of
authenticity from the Nat Fein Estate.
Nat Fein Photography is
available for stock licensing.
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