Wolfgang Suschitzky a famous photographer who hailed from Austria, died recently at the age of 104. Here are a couple of obituaries from the Guardian.
He originally moved to Britain in the 1930s to escape Hitler, hence much of his photography work covered Britain (as well as quite extensively abroad). He was shocked by how much poverty there was in Britain and documented much of what he discovered. His sister, Edith Tudor Hart, was also a photographer.
At the outset of the world war Suschitzky became a documentary cameraman, eventually moving into Hollywood motion film. Some of his most famous films shot include Entertaining Mr Sloane and Get Carter.
Suschitzky lived at Maida Avenue in London’s Little Venice.
The hands of a master photographer. The late Wolf Suschitzky with my Contax G2 earlier this year. pic.twitter.com/Ovei4Khcmo
— Davenant 📸 (@SirWilliamD) October 8, 2016
Here’s a picture of Suschitzky on the bench by the Regent’s Canal outside his home. Picture source: Big Movie Reviews.
My uncle #WolfSuschitzky…
…1912 – 2016…https://t.co/rXmo7AxVWX
— peter stephan jungk (@suschitzky) October 8, 2016
— Dr Ken Baker (@drkenbaker1) August 15, 2016
— Michelle Johansen (@historitage) May 19, 2016
— 𝓒𝓵𝓮𝓵𝓲𝓪 𝓜𝓾𝓼𝓼𝓪𝓻𝓲 (@CleliaMussari) August 24, 2014