Edward Jean Steichen

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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.
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.
Perhaps in part because of their famous subjects, photographers started to be seen as great artists, as expressionist painters in black and white, and it's their names we remember: Alfred Stieglitz, Edward Steichen, Imogen Cunningham, Charles Sheeler.
But its legendary photo director, Edward Steichen, would only glance at the portraits and snort, "I don't hear the music.
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.
The exhibition at the National Arts Club focuses on works by Stieglitz and Edward Steichen, the two men most responsible for introducing modern art to America, and Paul Strand.
The first image, Music Hall, Madison (1943-1944), with its blackened branches, bare in winter mist, and reflections on wet pavement, recalls the works of Edward Steichen, Szarkowski's predecessor at MOMA.
Even though Hodges meticulously researched and noted her encounters and friendships with the famous: Edward Steichen, Paul Robeson, Gregory Peck, Orson Wells, Edith Head, Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier and Charles Loughton, to mention but a few, I was hungry for more of the "zeitgeist of her times.
The appeal by Duchamp led to a court case where the list of witnesses reads like a Who's Who of the international art world - Edward Steichen, Ezra Pound and Jacob Epstein took the stand.
He also came to admire the work of such photographers as Walker Evans, Edward Steichen and Man Ray, although his own photographic style became very different from theirs.
Huene, who had learned from the master Edward Steichen, introduced Horst to painterly influences like Van Dyck, Vermeer, and Ingres as well as the reality-manipulating surrealists, many of whom shared Paris as their home.