Albert Kurzman (1880-1954)— aka “Lew the Jew”—was one of America’s most influential tattoo artists at the beginning of the 20th century. Operating primarily on New York’s Bowery, Lew was credited with many of the designs that have been influential in the tattoo since the turn of the century.
Published in 2015 by Hardy Marks Publications
15 x 11, Softcover
72 pages-New copy
Out of print
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