Tony Vaccaro Studio

Tony Vaccaro Studio Sublime photography from one photographer in two centuries. Michelantonio Celestino Onofrio Vaccaro, born December 20, 1922, in Greensburg, PA - orphaned at the age of 4 and forced to grow up during the depression on a desolate farm in the Italian countryside - could he be the greatest photographer in history.
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Judge for yourself. Returning to America to escape fascism in 1939, "Tony" learned the camera at Isaac E. Young High School, New Rochelle, NY, and became Michael A. Vaccaro when he enlisted in the Army for WWII. Some 200 of over 1000 war action photographs have survived and are only now being scanned and categorized. After the war he remained in Europe for four years with the Stars and Stripes to

Judge for yourself. Returning to America to escape fascism in 1939, "Tony" learned the camera at Isaac E. Young High School, New Rochelle, NY, and became Michael A. Vaccaro when he enlisted in the Army for WWII. Some 200 of over 1000 war action photographs have survived and are only now being scanned and categorized. After the war he remained in Europe for four years with the Stars and Stripes to

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44-02 23rd St, Ste 516
New York, NY
11101

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm

Telephone

(718) 361-5980

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