Seville by Brassai (1952-53)

The photograph titled “Seville,” created by Brassai in 1952-53, captures an evocative scene where two individuals are engaged in a conversation. The photograph shows two men standing face to face on a street corner, seemingly engaged in a private discussion. Both are dressed in dark cloaks and hats, suggesting a formal or traditional mode of dress, which may be characteristic of the time or region depicted. They are leaning towards each other, which could imply a sense of intimacy or seriousness in their interaction. The setting is an outdoor urban environment, with the corner of a stone building framing one side of the image, and a paved street visible to the side of the men. The photograph is in black and white, adding to the timeless quality of the scene captured.

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