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Wilhelm von Gloeden
By "the Alma-Tadema among Photographers". A Remarkable Study of Sunshine and Shade
1910, 24 September
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Copyright: Illustrated London News Ltd. All rights reserved, Gale Document Number: HN3100481239
By "The Alma-Tadema among Photographers". Illustrated London News (London, England), Saturday, September 24, 1910; pg. 465; Issue 3727.
"The glorious sun stays in his course , and plays the alchymist
Turning, with splendour of his precious eye, the meagre, cloddy earth to glittering gold."
We publish one of the remarkable studies by Count von Gloeden, who has been described, by no means without reason, as "the Alma-Taderma among photographers" a study that should prove fascinating to those who, holidays ended, retain bright memories of lands sunnier than England. Count von Gloeden's work is familiar to all those who visit the various exhibitions.
Photographic study by Count von Gloeden