Alfred Stieglitz: Camera Work by Pam Roberts, Alfred Stieglitz

By Pam Roberts, Alfred Stieglitz

A facsimile replica of 559 unique illustrations initially released within the 50 variants of the magazine "Camera Work". The journal used to be based and released through Alfred Stieglitz and supplied a discussion board for American photographers' paintings in addition to an advent to the eu avant-garde.

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