Vernacular photography lexiconmag.com

Selections from our collection of Vernacular photography.

The Museum of Modern Art distinguishes Vernacular photography as "An umbrella term used to distinguish fine art photographs from those made by non-artists for a huge range of purposes, including commercial, scientific, forensic, governmental, and personal. Snapshots capturing everyday life and subjects are a major form of vernacular photography."

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1950's Vernacular photograph, London UK.
1938 "Accused of Witchcraft, Rochester Indiana"
"men who worked on Atomic bomb Manhattan Project 1939 -1946" Tennessee Eastman Corp
1930's Vernacular photograph
1944 "Devotee of a "witchcraft cult" in Brazil"
1930's "Dream Spirit photograph"
Original lobby cards "INVITATION TO LUST" 1968
Original lobby card "House of Usher" Vincent Price with Burt Shonberg painting
rare uncensored lobby card for "Onibaba" (鬼婆, lit. 'Demon Hag'), a 1964 Japanese historical drama horror film written and directed by Kaneto Shindo.
Original lobby cards "The Virgin Witch" 1972
Original lobby cards "SIMON KING OF THE WITCHES" 1971
Original lobby cards "LA PAPESSE" (The Sorceress) 1975
1920's - 1930's Vernacular photograph
1920's - 1930 Vernacular American burlesque photograph