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United States photographer who pioneered artistic photography (1879-1973)

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Edward Steichen photographed above the deck of USS Lexington (CV 16) in November 1943.
There's a lot about Thornton Wilder that's interesting, and Niven, esteemed for her biographies of Carl Sandburg and Edward Steichen, has done a masterful job of research and compilation.
Edward Steichen, Gertrude Kasebier and Julia Margaret Cameron are among the [notable] photographers of this period," Ecakyrkaya explained, adding that photos by such iconic names in art history such as Man Ray, Manuel Alvarez Bravo and William Eugene Smith are included in the exhibition.
With the encouragement of American artist and curator Edward Steichen, for whom she was a favorite subject, she moved behind the camera and ventured to Paris in 1929 to seek out Ray as a teacher.
The famed museum was preparing for an exhibition by pioneering early 20th century photographers Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen and Paul Strand.
When Sandburg married Lilian Steichen, he gained Edward Steichen, the famed photographer, as a brother-in-law.
They wanted me to consider a collaboration with the Department of Photographs and an exhibition of the work of Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen and Paul Strand".
A major attraction of these two art images libraries is that fine art and photographic images of known artists like van Gogh, Picasso, Max Ernst, Frida Kahlo, Edward Steichen, Man Ray, etc.
Crowninshield assembled an unmatched stable of legends: Edward Steichen certainly, but also Man Ray, Cecil Beaton, and Horst P.
Outerbridge was now being regularly compared with such leading lights as Stieglitz and Edward Steichen, whom he first met in 1925.
Edward Steichen was an established and famous photographer prior to the outbreak of World War II.
But its legendary photo director, Edward Steichen, would only glance at the portraits and snort, "I don't hear the music.
The Edward Steichen Photography Galleries are devoted to a rotating selection of outstanding photographs from the museum's collection.
T]he railroads are being used by the military--I only know that war is inevitable now," the American photographer Edward Steichen wrote to his friend Alfred Stieglitz in New York in one of his letters now stored in the Steichen Archive of the Beinecke Library at Yale University.