Samuel Gottscho's New York City Views.

A selection of photographs by American architectural, landscape, and nature photographer Samuel Gottscho (1875-1971)

View from the Empire State Building, New York City, to the Chrysler Building and the Queensboro Bridge January 1932.

Looking north from the Empire State Building, September 11 1933.

Views to New York Hospital and Queens from 515 Madison Avenue, January 1933.

Plaza buildings, reflected in open lake February 1933.

425 Park Avenue from northwest II, January 1957.

Plaza buildings 1933.

A Pier in Brooklyn, With views to Manhattan over East River, April 1934.

Looking down South Street II, November 1933.

The United Nations Building, taken from Welfare Island, 1957.

Times Square at night, December 1953.

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Elson Cade said...

The photographer new york city has made a colorful, vivid re-creation of the legendary artist’s Mexico City garden. It perfectly echoes her passionate, vibrant life.
Lush foliage and vivid yellow flowers surround a bright blue wall proclaiming “Frida y Diego vivieron en etsa casa, 1929-1954.”
Visitors pass this entrance and enter an oasis of nature—zinnias, calla-lillies, Lady’s Eardrops, giant green philodendron leaves—an explosion of color and plants and flowers cocoon the garden paths.
More varieties of cacti than have possibly ever shared the same space rise in all their prickly glory out of flower beds and terra-cotta pots.