In the early 1960s, Mikhail Trakhman went to Leningrad on assignment for newspaper “Literaturnaya Gazeta”. In the winter of 1941-1942, he did a report on the siege of Leningrad. Now, in the peaceful 1960s, Trachman takes pictures of a calm, unhurried city: Nevsky Prospekt, Palace square, Rostral columns — all the familiar places of the beloved city.
Gelatin silver print
Print size: 30 х 28 cm
Size including frame: 50 х 48 cm
Signed and numbered verso by the heir
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