History of Photography

 

 

 





 


 



 
William Henry Fox Talbot
(1800-1877)
 
Cameron Julla
(1815-1879)
Nadar
(1820-1910)
Muybrige Eadweard
(1830-1904)
 
Timothy O'Sullivan
(1840-1882)
 
Riis Jacob
(1849-1914)
 
Atget Eugene
(1857-1927)
 
Stieglitz  Alfred
(1864-1946)
 
Bellocg E.J.
(1873-1949)
 
Hine Levis
(1874-1940)
 
Steichen Edward
(1879-1973)
 
Coburn Alvin
(1882-1966)
 
  Cunningham Imogen
(1883-1976)
 
 
 


 

 

 
Alfred Stieglitz

(b Hoboken, NJ, 1 Jan 1864; d New York, 13 July 1946).

American photographer, editor, publisher, patron and dealer. Internationally acclaimed as a pioneer of modern photography, he produced a rich and significant body of work between 1883 and 1937. He championed photography as a graphic medium equal in stature to high art and fostered the growth of the cultural vanguard in New York in the early 20th century. 


        


Alfred Stieglitz



         

The Terminal, New York
1892
 

Winter on Fifth Avenue, New York
1893
 

Icy Night
1893
      

Self-portrait
1907

The Steerage
1907

 

Snapshot, Paris
1911
 

From the Back-Window, "291"
1915
 
Paul Strand
1919
      

John Marin
1922

Dancing Trees
1922

 

Equivalent
1926

Equivalent
1929

 

Equivalent
1930
 

From the Shelton, West
1935


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