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Pictorial Photographs. A Record of the Photographic Salon of 1897. In Seventeen Plates Reproduced in Photogravure

Artist:
W. Thomas (British)
Artist:
Paul Martin
Artist:
Heinrich Kühn (Austrian (born Germany), Dresden 1866–1944 Birgitz)
Artist:
Robert Demachy (French, 1859–1936)
Artist:
Alfred Horsley Hinton (British, 1863–1908)
Artist:
Alfred Stieglitz (American, Hoboken, New Jersey 1864–1946 New York)
Artist:
William Crooke (British, born Scotland)
Artist:
Ernest R. Ashton (British, 1867–1952)
Artist:
Ralph Winwood Robinson (British, 1862–1942)
Artist:
Paul Bergon (French, 1863–1912)
Artist:
J. B. B. Wellington (British, 1858–1939)
Artist:
Reginald W. Craigie (British)
Artist:
Maitland
Artist:
Rev. F. C. Lambert
Artist:
Frederick H. Evans (British, London 1853–1943 London)
Artist:
Frank M. Sutcliffe (British, 1853–1941)
Artist:
Lionel C. Bennett (British)
Author:
Walter L. Colls (British)
Date:
1897
Medium:
Photogravures
Dimensions:
Each sheet: 14 3/4 × 10 1/2 in. (37.5 × 26.7 cm) Plate dimesions vary
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of Alfred Stieglitz, 1922, transferred from the Library
Accession Number:
1991.1073.97 (1–17)
Not on view
Alfred Stieglitz

Photographers represented are: Stieglitz; Frederick Henry Evans; Heinrich Kühn; Robert Demachy; W. Thomas; Viscount Maitland; Paul Martin; Reginald W. Craigie; Rev. F.C. Lambert; A. Horsley Hinton; Ralph W. Robinson; Frank Meadow Sutcliffe; W. Crooke; Ernest R. Ashton; Lionel C. Bennett; Paul Bergon; J.B.B. Wellington. All photogravures are printed by Walter L. Colls.
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