November 8, 2013
I've come across several vintage photographs shot by German photographer, Marianne Breslauer, but never actually knew who she was! I recently discovered this series of Breslauer photographs and wanted to share some of my favorites. Not only are the photos themselves absolutely lovely, I also ardently admire the tomboy styles worn by her often photographed friend, Annemarie Schwarzenbach. If you want to see more of her work, you can visit this Marianne Breslauer pinterest board.


Annemarie Schwarzenbach

A portrait of Marianne Breslauer

Ruth von Morgen


Sacrow, 1934

Ruth von Morgen, Berlin 1934 | Jutta Zambona-Remarque

Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934

Annemarie Schwarzenbach, Z├╝rich, 1934 | Ruth von Morgen, Berlin, 1934.

Djemila, Jerusalem, 1931

6 comments:

  1. Lovely finds there.. I do miss the dreamy quality of film and grain. Sometimes digital is just too sterile.

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  2. adore these photos! the last lady looks very audrey tatou.

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  3. These are fantastic! Such perfectly imperfect candid moments. Thank you for sharing!

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  4. I love the realism.. the expressions on the faces look like real life. Also love the outfits.

    -Paige, http://kaydove.com/

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  5. What a lovely inspiration! <3 Kim

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