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 (stī′kən), Edward Jean 1879-1973.
Luxembourg-born American photographer who pioneered photography as a fine art.
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(ˈstaɪ kən)

Edward, 1879–1973, U.S. photographer.
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For more than 100 years, Bryant Park Studios has been home to some of New York City's most storied and creative artists and professionals from Norman Rockwell, Edward Steichen, Irving Penn, Fernand Leger, Florine Stettheimer and Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney to Donna Karan and Liz Claiborne.
He has presented a documentary on the life of '50s megastar Ruby Murray and has been commissioned by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to write a series of original songs based on photographs for their exhibition of the photographers Stieglitz, Steichen, and Strand.
In 1911 the French publisher Lucien Vogel challenged Edward Steichen to create the first artistic, rather than merely documentary, fashion photographs, a moment that is now considered to be a turning point in the history of fashion photography.
Photographers spotlighted include Edward Steichen, Richard Avedon, Man Ray, Corrine Day, Helmut Newton, Lillian Bassman, and Annie Leibovitz, as well as less-known figures.
Rounding out the cooking roster will be a demonstration by Chefs Jenne Claiborne and Isabelle Steichen. Claiborne is a vegan personal chef, cooking instructor, health coach, and creator of (a vegan food blog).
Included here are a soup tureen designed by Jean Puiforcat; Edward Steichen's portrait of Fred Astaire; a brass-framed mirror by Austrian Franz Hagenauer; a still from the Busby Berkeley film, Footlight; and The Portrait of a Young Girl in a Green Dress by the Polish painter Tamara de Lempicka.
In 2003, when Duff was diagnosed with breast cancer, Brennan documented her physical and emotional journey with photographic portraits in the style of American photographers Edward Steichen and Diane Arbus.
Gerald Steichen kept things vibrant in the pit, as did Jeffrey Rebudal with his high-kicking choreography.
Designed by photographer Edward Steichen and Bauhaus refugee Herbert Bayer, "Road to Victory" presented visitors with a pathway that wound through a series of images--of the American landscape, of ordinary citizens, of the attack on Pearl Harbor--until at the end they arrived at a wall-sized mural of marching American troops punctuated by large, pull-out portraits of individual citizens.
Steichen declaro que habia abandonado el pictorialismo durante la Primera Guerra Mundial y se habia decantado por la fotografia directa y perfectamente enfocada, dejando atras los ambientes visuales de perfiles imprecisos que le habian dado fama internacional como fotografo (Ewing y Brandow, 2008: 109).
Oak Valley's business banking and commercial lending efforts are led by an experienced trio - branch manager Lyn Wilson who currently manages the Indian Rock branch office; business development officer, Barbara Ducey and commercial loan officer, Mark Steichen. Each has at least 25 years of experience in their respective areas.