Julia Margaret Cameron's Women.

Photographs by Julia Margaret Cameron. Text by Sylvia Wolf, Stephanie Lipscomb, Debra Mancoff, and Phyllis Rose.
Yale University Press, New Haven, 1998. 216 pp., 70 color and 65 duotone illustrations, 9x12".

1998 photo-eye Best Historical Monograph. Though widely honored as a pioneering woman photographer, no anthologies have yet explored the extent to which Cameron chose women as her subjects. This major study, accompanying a travelling exhibition from the Art Institute of Chicago, the MoMA, and the SFMoMA, is the first to focus exclusively on the photography of women in Cameron's work. It is impressively illustrated and filled with revealing scholarship--including biographies of Cameron's sitters and an appendix of relevant mythological and literary subjects as understood by the Victorians.

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