These dazzling Dorothea Lange prints pay homage on her bday.


Gas station. Kern County, California by Dorothea Lange

Dorothea Lange is one of the foremost photographers in American history, and a team 20x200 favorite to boot, so you know we had to make some noise to celebrate what would be her 125th birthday. An auspicious number! Besides, who couldn’t use some inspiring woman power right now? Lange was a true trailblazer in a field dominated by men. Her work reveals not only a laser-sharp focus and original artistic vision, but the kind of grit that’ll get you through, well, the Great Depression.

But there’s nothing we can say that’ll capture the game-changing audacity of her art as well as her work itself. So behold! Our collection of limited-edition Lange prints, ready to go home with you on this fine Dorothea Lange Day. Dive in below, and if you're looking for more Lange, be sure to check out the MoMA's retrospective online. 

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200


Migrant Worker on California Highway by Dorothea Lange



9:00 a.m. Four Pupils Attend This Day. Baker County, Oregon by Dorothea Lange


Cabins on US 99 by Dorothea Lange


Georgia road sign by Dorothea Lange


I Am an American, Oakland, CA, March 1942 by Dorothea Lange


Toward Los Angeles, California by Dorothea Lange


Road House on US 99 by Dorothea Lange


Small Farm of California, Contra Costa County
by Dorothea Lange



Log Home, Priest River Peninsula, Bonner County, Idaho by Dorothea Lange



Mail boxes in Bell County, Texas by Dorothea Lange

Crystal Palace Saloon by Dorothea Lange

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