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Lyddell Sawyer, In the Twilight, Photogravure, Private collection of Geoff Lowe, LL/74253
 
Pictorialism
Contents
Introduction to Pictorialism
8.01   Introduction to Pictorialism
8.02   The roots of Pictorialism
8.03   Gum bichromate prints
Naturalism and Pictorialism
8.04   Naturalism and Pictorialism
8.05   Peter Henry Emerson (1856-1936)
8.06   Peter Henry Emerson: Marsh Leaves (1895)
Photo-Club de Paris
8.07   Photo-Club de Paris: Première Exposition d'Art Photographique - 1894
8.08   Photo-Club de Paris: Deuxième Exposition d'Art Photographique - 1895
8.09   Photo-Club de Paris: Troisième Exposition d'Art Photographique - 1896
8.10   Photo-Club de Paris: Quatrième Année Salon de Photographie - 1897
Key subjects for Pictorialism
8.11   Pictorialism and trees
8.12   Flowers: A Pictorialist perspective
8.13   Pictorialism and the landscape
8.14   Pictorialism: Landscapes of ice and snow
8.15   Pictorialism and the innocence of children
8.16   Pictorialism and the portrait
8.17   Pictorialism, the nude and erotica
8.18   Pictorialism and architecture
8.19   Pictorialism: Still lifes
8.20   Pictorialists and the Autochrome
Case studies
8.21   Robert Demachy: Struggle
8.22   Robert Demachy: Landscapes
8.23   Edward Steichen: The Flatiron
8.24   Edward Steichen: Rodin's statue of Balzac (1908)
8.25   Edward Steichen: Pictorialist portraits
8.26   Alvin Langdon Coburn: Portraits
8.27   Eva Watson-Schutze: Portraits
8.28   Mary Albert Wiggins: Pictorialist portraits
8.29   Gertrude Käsebier: Portraits
8.30   William Mortensen: Portraits
8.31   James Craig Annan: Venice and Lombardy: A Series of Original Photogravures (1896)
8.32   Clarence H. White: Portraits
8.33   Clarence H. White: Ring Toss (1899)
8.34   Edward S. Curtis and Pictorialism
8.35   William Dassonville: Trees
8.36   Adelaide Hanscom Leeson: Sonnets from the Portuguese (ca. 1916)
8.37   Anne Brigman: Pictorialist nudes
8.38   Edward Weston: Pictorialist portraits
8.39   Fred Judge: UK: Postcards
8.40   Japanese Art Photography preserved on Postcards
8.41   J. Craig Annan: Portraits
Concluding remarks
8.42   Conclusions on Pictorialism
 
  
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