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 (stēg′lĭts), Alfred 1864-1946.
American photographer. His works include a series of photographs of his wife, Georgia O'Keeffe.


(Biography) Alfred. 1864–1946, US photographer, whose work helped to develop photography as an art: among his best photographs are those of his wife Georgia O'Keeffe. He was also well known as a promoter of modern art


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Alfred, 1864–1946, U.S. photographer.
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That is why we especially welcome the government's admission of there being a problem," said Klaus Stieglitz, deputy chairperson for the German based non-governmental organisation.
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O'Keeffe's early critical reception was in fact fuelled by her gallerist, and eventual husband, Alfred Stieglitz.
Klaus Stieglitz, from the German-based Sign of Hope organization said toxicological tests conducted on hair samples from 96 volunteers living in the neighborhood of the Thar Jath oil processing plant in South Sudan's northern Unity region showed they were "highly intoxicated with pollutants such as lead and barium.
Coe, Robertson, and Owens present students, academics, and general interest readers with a collection of the work produced by Georgia OAEKeefe when summering at the Alfred Stieglitz family estate in Upstate New York.
No longer striving for the effect of transparent immediacy, Stieglitz, with this pictorialist picture, makes its artificiality, its constructedness, into part of the image, as the photographic gaze begins to cloud over.
Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) was the father of modern American photography, but also pioneered in bringing the art of numerous avant-garde European artists to America.
Profiles of such giants of the past as Matthew Brady, Sebastian Salgado, Margaret Bourke-White, and Alfred Stieglitz particularize developments in diagonal thrust, chiaroscuro, and the use of platinotype.
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Following an introduction tracing the history of this motif, photos include early ones by William Henry Fox Talbot and Julia Cameron; those by Gertrude Kasebier, Fred Holland Day, and other members of the Photo-Secession; those by Eugene Atget, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, William Eggleston, and other street photographers; graphic examples by Alfred Stieglitz and Paul Strand; photos by Gregory Crewdson and Shizuka Yokomizo; and abstract examples by Uta Barth and Yuki Onodera.