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Albert Fichte (German, active 1890s), Toil, 1902 (photogravure), Photogravure, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Gift of Carl Zigrosser, 1966, Accession Number: 1966-205-55(3), LL/71733
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   James Craig Annan: Venice and Lombardy: A Series of Original Photogravures (1896)
8.31   Clarence H. White: Portraits
8.32   Clarence H. White: Ring Toss (1899)
8.33   Edward S. Curtis and Pictorialism
8.34   William Dassonville: Trees
8.35   Adelaide Hanscom Leeson: Sonnets from the Portuguese (ca. 1916)
8.36   Anne Brigman: Pictorialist nudes
8.37   Edward Weston: Pictorialist portraits
8.38   Fred Judge: UK: Postcards
8.39   Japanese Art Photography preserved on Postcards
8.40   J. Craig Annan: Portraits
Concluding remarks
8.41   Conclusions on Pictorialism
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