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  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
  • Camera Work: Issue Number 24
   
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Description: FIRST EDITION of issue number 24 of Camera Work, complete with 10 original photogravures, including 7 by Baron Adolph de Meyer, 1 by William F. Wilmerding, and 2 by Guido Rey. Edited and published by Alfred Stieglitz. Texts by George Besson, Charles H. Caffin, and Alfred Stieglitz. This issue of Camera Work contains Pictorial Photography ? A Series of Interviews by Geroge Besson in which the critic discusses the idea of photography as an art form with the following premier artists: Rodin, Gustave Geffroy, Frantz Jourdain, Steinlen, Alexandre Charpentier, Cottet, Ch?ret, Bartholom?, Willette, Raffa?lli, Camille Mauclair, Francis Jourdain, Pointelin, Gabriel Mourey, and Matisse. This edition also contains The Camera Point of View in Painting and Photography by Charles H. Caffin in which the critic analyzes point of view in art under a photographic lens. New York: Alfred Stieglitz, 1908. Quarto (9" x 12", 23cm x 35cm), original grey wrappers. Creasing along left edge of Over the House-Tops. Some edge wear to fragile wrappers. Spine particularly good. RARE.

Artist or Maker: STIEGLITZ, ALFRED

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