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Henry Stuart Wortley, The Clouds Are Broken in the Sky, 1863 (ca), Albumen print, J. Paul Getty Museum, LL/45900
 
Clouds
Contents
Introduction
752.01   Weather: Clouds
752.02   Clouds & Combination Printing
Photographers
752.03   Gustave Le Gray: Combination prints
752.04   George N. Barnard: Rebel Works in front of Atlanta
752.05   Charles Marville: Vue du ciel de Paris, de la fenetre de l'artiste
752.06   Clough & Kimball (Concord, N.H.): Views taken on The Summit of Mt. Washington during The Winter of 1870-71
752.07   Henry Stuart Wortley: Seascapes with clouds
752.08   Carlo Baldassare Simelli: Cloud studies
752.09   Alfred Stieglitz: Equivalents
752.10   Manfred Curry: A travers les nuages (ca. 1932)
752.11   Edward Weston: Clouds
752.12   Mitch Dobrowner: Storms
 
  
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