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"Harry" 8:37 #858 Harry Gruyaert photography is a physical experience. Greatly influenced by the American tradition epitomized by Saul Leiter William Eggleston and Stephen Shore and by cinema he created a highly personal palette. His work defined a new territory for color photography: an emotive non-narrative and boldly graphic way of perceiving the world. @magnumphotos by jonabalop

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Moroccan Style, ’30s and ’40s

Africa | Portrait of a Goulmina Jewish woman. Note the 'horned' headdress 'grun' which is secured to the 'bnia' had and the 'swalf' headband which was common through the Middle Atlas. Morocco. ca. | © Jean Besancenot

Countess Phyllis della Faille de Leverghem, photographed in 1950 by Jack Bims, is shown in the bedroom of her villa in Morocco, reclining amidst her numerous chihuahuas, an afghan dog, and her parrots. Phyllis was the American-born wife of a diplomat's son. This was a mere sampling of their pets. Running or flitting about the villa were 35 dogs, 37 cats, and 129 birds.