|Dates: ||1885 - 1956|
"A Czechoslovakian photographer born in Moravia, produced work that spanned from pictorialism to modernism. Fiedler worked with photographers Rudolf Duhrkoop in Hamburg and Hugo Erfurth in Dresden. He worked with advertising and portrait photography and began using a 9x12 folding camera, becoming one of the first professional photographers to use a Leica in 1924. Widely exhibited in the U. S. and Europe, in 1925, he took part in the exhibition, "Film und Foto" in Stuttgart and two years later he exhibited at the International Ausstellung des Deutschen Werkbund''s "Film und Foto" show." (Source: Swann Galleries - Auction, Feb 7, 2008, #2135, Lot 61)
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