TITLE

PICTURES FROM THE COLLECTION

PUB. DATE
October 1956
SOURCE
Image;Oct1956, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p188
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article features Kuehn Steiglitz, an Austrian photographer, with his portrait of Alfred Stieglitz, an American photographer. The portrait shows power and sweep of a man whose projects were prospering. Kuehn was the German-Austrian group of leaders in the pictorialist movement who had been working with gum and printing process. Kuehn's work was described as one of the extreme instances of the carbon print modified to make an optical illusion of a drawing. Kuehn was an exhibitor with the Photo-Secessionists and published Camera Work in the year 1906 and 1911. He continued on painting via the photographic print and his work was copied in Germany specially those who hoped that gum print was an easy road to fame.
ACCESSION #
32817100

 

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