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It was a chance discovery of some of her remaining, long-forgotten negatives in the 1990s that led to a resurgence of interest in her work. She began working with her old negatives all over again, this time in Photoshop, producing a series of abstract images that delighted a new generation of fans.

It was a chance discovery of some of her remaining, long-forgotten negatives in the 1990s that led to a resurgence of interest in her work. She began working with her old negatives all over again, this time in Photoshop, producing a series of abstract images that delighted a new generation of fans.

Lillian Bassman | Kronung (crowning) Des Chic | Vogue Germany | 90s, Philip Treacy milinery

Lillian Bassman | Kronung (crowning) Des Chic | Vogue Germany | 90s, Philip Treacy milinery

Black with One Glove Lillian Bassman Photograph 1950 - A Retrospective of Lillian Bassman in BAZAAR - Harper's BAZAAR

Black with One Glove Lillian Bassman Photograph 1950 - A Retrospective of Lillian Bassman in BAZAAR - Harper's BAZAAR

lillian bassman - Поиск в Google

lillian bassman - Поиск в Google

Vogue Uk cover published in June 1950, by Lillian Bassman

Vogue Uk cover published in June 1950, by Lillian Bassman

"I had a desire, and this is without knowing photography, to soften the image, to eliminate what I thought was unimportant in the image." Lillian Bassman

"I had a desire, and this is without knowing photography, to soften the image, to eliminate what I thought was unimportant in the image." Lillian Bassman

Krönung des Chic Vogue Germany, December 1998 by Lillian Bassman

Krönung des Chic Vogue Germany, December 1998 by Lillian Bassman

Photographed by Lillian Bassman.

Photographed by Lillian Bassman.

1950's Harper's Bazaar - photo by Lillian Bassman

1950's Harper's Bazaar - photo by Lillian Bassman

Pocket Catalog, no date. From 1907 through early 1930s Kodak periodically issued 3 1/2 x 5 1/2" 32-page pocket catalogs.

Pocket Catalog, no date. From 1907 through early 1930s Kodak periodically issued 3 1/2 x 5 1/2" 32-page pocket catalogs.