Creative Photography: Aesthetic Trends 1839-1960  

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Creative Photography: Aesthetic Trends 1839-1960 (1962) by Helmut Gernsheim.

The first authoritative, comprehensive study of photography from a purely aesthetic point of view, spanning its history from the daguerreotype to modern photo-reportage. With 240 superb examples of the photographer's art by Julia Margaret Cameron, Jacob Riis, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Andre Kertesz, Eugene Atget, Man Ray, Edward Weston, and many others.




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