Duncan Miller Gallery
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BIOGRAPHY:

Frank Paulin

Born in Pittsburgh, Paulin (1926- ) was raised in New York and Chicago. His photojournalistic talents developed during World War II when he joined the Army and spent two years in the Signal Corps in Europe. After the war, Paulin enrolled at the Institute of Design in Chicago, where Harry Callahan and Laszlo Maholy-Nagy were members of the faculty. After an education that would make any photographer envious, Paulin went on to be a successful exhibition photographer, becoming the first single artist to hold an exhibit at Limelightóthe only gallery for art photography in New York at the time. Paulinís timeless work is sought by collectors for his talent capturing fleeting human moments of both humor and poetry.

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FRANK PAULIN IN PLATINUM

atlantic_city_1956.jpg
atlantic city 1956
belmont_racetrack_ny_1956.jpg
belmont racetrack ny 1956
candide_nyc_1956.jpg
candide nyc 1956
carousel_new_orleans_1953.jpg
carousel new orleans 1953
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central park nyc 1956
grant
grant's times square 1956


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