Glass by Frederick Sommer (1943)

The photograph titled “Glass” was created by artist Frederick Sommer in the year 1943. The image captures a chaotic assembly of shattered glass pieces and various glass bottles strewn about indiscriminately. The array of broken glass creates a sense of disorder and emphasizes the textures and forms that emerge from the debris. The grayscale tones of the photograph imbue the scene with a certain timeless quality and allow the viewer to focus on the details and complexity of the fragmented glass without the distraction of color.

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