Stieglitz


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Stieglitz

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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"It is time to put an end to this human-made crisis," stressed Stieglitz.
Writing about their strangeness to Stieglitz in 1943, she noted: 'Those black hills ...
Abraham (right), 35, has predicted he will beat Stieglitz for a third time and then continue his career for another two years - or around another eight fights with Stieglitz.
A prototypical example of pictorialist photography is found in the young Stieglitz's iconic "The Hand of Man" (see Figure 2).
From 1902-1917, Stieglitz published and edited Camera Work, in which he printed photographs and articles concerning the fine arts.
We've watched Andre Ward, we've watched Jermain Taylor, Stieglitz and we've even gone back and watched old fights with Wayne Elcock at middleweight when he was at his best.
His association with Stieglitz had such impact, however, that he would promptly abandon his painting studies at the Academie Julian to pursue photography and the new gum bichromate process, the precursor to colored photography.
The Alfred Stieglitz Collection goes on view at the Bentonville museum on Nov.
Robert Stieglitz defeated Arthur Abraham to once again become the WBO super middleweight title.
That same year, the journal Camera Work, published by American photographer and artist Alfred Stieglitz, was in its prime.
BERLIN -- World WBO super middleweight champion Arthur Abraham will defend his title with a rematch against German compatriot Robert Stieglitz on March 23.