Arthur Fields
Dublin Street Photographer
1901 - 1994
"man on bridge"

The Star, Friday April 15, 1994
"There is hardly a Dubliner or a tourist in the past fifty years who doesn't remember photographer Arthur Fields. He was the man with the cameras who stood on O'Connell bridge every day photographing thousands of people as they went about their daily business."

The Irish Times, April 15, 1994
"One of Dublin's best known characters, who spent decades photographing thousands of people on the streets of the city, has died. Arthur Fields, who was 92, had daily made a living by standing on O'Connell Street Bridge taking photographs of famous and not so famous passers-by. He died earlier this week in Dublin. Mr Fields, who was known as "the man on bridge", lived in Raheny.  He had three sons and one daughter.  He was son of a Ukranian refugee and was born Abraham Feldman, but changed his name

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