Wolf Suschitzky was one of the most famous photographers and cinematographers in the world. He was born in Vienna in 1912 and emigrated to London in 1935. He travelled the world and captivated thousands of subjects with his affectionate eye and kind soul for more than seven decades.
In 1960s he visited Greece and captured scenes from social events, everyday life, rural habits and Greek traditions. The photographs were mostly taken on the island of Skiathos with a few from his subsequent visits to Hydra and Athens.