People love to look back on the past by viewing old black-and-white photographs of their country, state, city, or town. For those living in the United States, there is a huge amount of historical images freely available to view, and in this article, you will have the opportunity to see some of these photos from the 1930s and 1940s brought to life with color through the process of colorization.
Sébastien de Oliveira is an artist that has expertly colorized these photos of the United States in the 1930s and 1940s. In-depth research paired with years of experience in colorizing photographs allows Sébastien to produce pieces of work with incredible realism and accuracy, providing you with a unique look into history full of color! Once you have enjoyed the photos in this article of 1930s and 1940s United States, be sure to follow Sébastien on Instagram and see more of his colorizations, which feature a more comprehensive array of countries and historical eras.
United States in the 1930s in Color
United States in the 1940s in Color
Be sure to check out more of Sébastien de Oliveira’s fantastic colorization work on his Instagram. If you are in France, you can purchase his book Back to America : Les Etats-Unis en couleurs (1935-1943)!
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