Yva (Else)


Else Ernestine Neuländer-Simon (1900 – 1944) was a German Jewish photographer renowned for her dreamlike, multiple exposed images. She became a leading photographer in Berlin during the Weimar Republic.She used the names Yva and Yva Else Simon in her work as photographer. In 1925, Neuländer established her own photographic studio using the professional pseudonym Yva in a favorable location, near the avenue of Kurfürstendamm. In 1926, she had a brief collaboration with the painter and photographer Heinz … Continue reading Yva (Else)

Alfred Noyer


Alfred Noyer was a well known and acclaimed photographer. His Paris studio operated between 1910 and the 1940’s. Many of his early cards were photo reproductions of drawn, painted, or sculpted artworks printed in halftone lithography. He also produced illustrated photo cards of the First World War, many with heavy patriotic or allegorical themes. By the 1920’s he began producing cards of children and women, … Continue reading Alfred Noyer