Alfred Stieglitz

Anderson, Sherwood
October 1922
New Republic;10/25/22, Vol. 32 Issue 412, p215
Profiles Alfred Stieglitz, a U.S. photographer, highlighting his strong will power to excel in his career. Characteristics of a person with true maleness; Intensity of Stieglitz towards love of tools and materials; Description of an incident of sale in the forest; Significance of him being a photographer; Emergence of the workman to become the artist.


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