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Alfred Stieglitz, The Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, 291 Fifth Avenue, New York - Opening Exhibition Nov. 24, 1905 - Jan. 5, 1906, [Camera Work], 1905-1906, Halftone reproductions, Philadelphia Museum of Art, From the Collection of Dorothy Norman, 1969, Accession Number: 1969-83-108(1), LL/72323
American influences on Pictorialism
378.01   American influences on Pictorialism
Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession
378.02   Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secession
378.03   The influence of Alfred Stieglitz on American pictorialism
378.04   Camera Notes
378.05   Camera Work
378.06   Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession, 291 Fifth Avenue, New York City
378.07   The links between Camera Work and contemporary art
378.08   Alvin Langdon Coburn: New York (1910)
378.09   Clarence H. White School of Photography
378.10   William Dassonville: Trees
378.11   Anne Brigman: Pictorialist nudes
378.12   Edward Steichen: Pictorialist portraits
378.13   Edward Weston: Pictorialist portraits
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