Portrait of African American Lady, Greene Country, Georgia, 1937, Dorthea Lange
Embrace a poignant moment in American history with this captivating photograph from Greene County, Georgia, July, 1937, taken by the renowned photographer Dorothea Lange. Captured in black and white, the photograph features a dignified African American woman standing in a doorway, her hands clasped, embodying a quiet strength and resilience.
This photo provides a glimpse into the life and times of African Americans in the rural South during the Great Depression. The woman's presence is both powerful and serene, reflecting the spirit and tenacity of a community that persevered through challenging times.
Dorothea Lange, known for her impactful documentary photography, masterfully elevates the ordinary into the extraordinary, turning a simple portrait into a statement on human dignity and endurance. The photograph is a beautiful blend of artistry and historical significance, making it a compelling addition to any art collection or historical archive.
This giclee print is available in multiple sizes and serves as a remarkable conversation piece that touches upon both American history and the art of photography.