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Josef Sudek (b. March 17, 1896, Kolin, Bohemia – d. September 15, 1976) was a Czech photographer, best known for his haunting night-scapes of Prague. Originally a bookbinder, Sudek was badly injured during action by the Hungarian Army on the Italian Front of World War I in 1916. Although he had no experience with photography and was one-handed due to his amputation, he was given a camera and studied photography for two years in Prague under Jaromir Funke.  His Army disability pension gave…

"The forgotten street". Photos of Josef Sudek, 1930 © Josef Sudek / Anna Fárová

Josef Sudek, On the Windowsill of My Studio – Blossom, 1950–1954

Josef Sudek: The Legacy of a Deeper Vision