- Gerda Taro, [Two Republican soldiers with a soldier on a stretcher, Navacerrada Pass, Segovia front, Spain], late May/early June 1937
- Gerda Taro, [Burning truck, Battle of Brunete, Spain], July 1937
- Gerda Taro, [Republican soldier playing the bugle, Valencia, Spain], March 1937
- Gerda Taro, [Republican militiawoman training on the beach, outside Barcelona], August 1936
Gerda Taro (1910–1937)
In her brief but dramatic career, Gerda Taro made some of the most striking photographs to come from the front lines of the Spanish Civil War. After her death, many of her prints and negatives remained with her lover and artistic collaborator Robert Capa. In 2002, Cornell Capa donated all of Taro's prints (almost 300) to ICP, establishing the largest holding of her work anywhere. All of Taro's negatives will be added to the collection as part of Cornell Capa's bequest.