Dorothy Norman

Intimate Visions: The Photography Of Dorothy Norman
by Dorothy Norman
Publisher's Description
"The photography of Dorothy Norman has been compared to the poems of Emily Dickinson: private, quiet, and intimate. Yet her life in New York in the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, her professional and passionate relationship with Alfred Stieglitz as his student and the manager of his gallery, An American Place, and her career as the publisher of the intellectual periodical Twice A Year place her firmly in the midst of the most influential artistic currents and personalities of her time."--the publisher. This book provides a comprehensive look at the artistic career of a remarkable woman.
ISBN: 0811803996
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Hardcover : 179 pages
Language: English
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