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Feature - Lost Robert Capa, David Seymour and Gerda Taro Negatives Discovered
January 28, 2008—The International Center of Photography announced the discovery of a cache of over 3,500 negatives of the Spanish Civil War by Magnum Photographers and Founders, Robert Capa, David Seymour and Capa’s former partner Gerda Taro, three of the most significant war photographers of the twentieth century.

The negatives, created between 1936 and 1939, portray Spanish Republican soldiers, civilians in daily life and in battle and portraits of artists and writers such as Frederico Garcia Lorca and André Malraux.

The rolls were in small cardboard boxes, as well as some short strips...

Robert Capa © International Center of Photography 1938

Contact prints of negatives of Marineros, Rio Segre, Aragón front,...
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Collection Capa 1934

A portrait of Robert CAPA taken in Paris at the end of 1934.
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Gerda Taro © International Center of Photography 1937

Robert Capa, Segovia front, Spain, late May/early June 1937
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Elliott Erwitt 1956

FRANCE. Paris. American David "Chim" SEYMOUR near the Magnum...
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Henri Cartier-Bresson 1952

FRANCE. Paris. Montmartre. Place du Tertre. 1952. The photographers...
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