Alfred Stieglitz's Camera Notes.
Text by Christian A. Peterson.
W. W. Norton & Company, New York, 1993. 192 pp., 350 photographs, 91 in original photogravure color, 8½x10".
Camera Notes, a quarterly publication edited by Alfred Stieglitz, played a significant role in his campaign to establish photography as an art form. This significant periodical, noted for its' distinguished photogravures and half-tone reproductions, contained excellent articles on photography as an artistic pursuit as well. Though many historians have concentrated on Stieglitz's life and other endeavors, none has given attention to this influential publication. "This striking volume focuses on Camera Notes and its influence. It reproduces all of the more than 250 halftones that appeared in its pages as well as all of the beautiful photogravures in their original tones."--the publisher.
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