Photography as a Fine Art: The Achievements and Possibilities of Photographic Art in America
by Charles H. Caffin
Publisher's Description
"Caffin's 1901 book, Photograph as a Fine Art, was far ahead of its time. Caffin had a remarkable sense of quality: the photographers he singled out--among them Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Gertrude Käsebier and Clarence H. White--remain major influences in photography, and their work forms the nucleus of some of today's great collections. No livelier writing about them exists: Caffin was telling about people he knew well."--the publisher.
ISBN: 0871000199
Publisher: Morgan & Morgan Inc.,U.S.
Paperback : 216 pages
Language: English
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