Category Archives: Masters of Photography

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Baron Adolf de Meyer

The Debussy of photography French Photographer, 1868 – 1946 by Marion Theron Known for his celebrity portrait photographs, Baron Adolf de Meyer’s early life is characterised by obscurity, possibly initiated...
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James Craig Annan

The Art  of the  Photogravure Scottish (1864 – 1946) James Craig Annan (1864-1946) was a Scottish-born photographer, son of photographer Thomas Annan. James Annan first studied chemistry and natural philosophy...
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Julia Margaret Cameron

“I longed to arrest all the beauty that came before me and at length the  longing has been satisfied.” “British photographer (1815 – 1879). known for her closely framed portraits of celebrities of the...
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Constant Puyo

Beauty over  Facts  Émile Joachim Constant Puyo (1857 – 1933) was a French photographer who, as the leading advocate of the Pictorialist movement in France, managed to establish photography as...
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Edwardian Postcard

A silent revolution in communication Article by Mary Vareli Vernacular writing a century ago became a rapid multimodal revolution in communication in the form of postcards, the so-called Edwardian postcards,...
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Anne Brigman

Anne Brigman (1869–1950) was an American photographer, one of the original members of the Photo-Secession movement in America, famous for her portraits of nude women in primordial, dramatic naturalistic contexts...
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