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Spectacular Photography of Alfred Stieglitz from the Late 19th and Early 20th Century

Alfred Stieglitz was a pioneering American photographer who made photography an accepted art form and authentic American art. His photography was influenced by the avant-garde European artists he championed. He was the son of German Jewish immigrants to the US. He married the artist Georgia O’Keeffe, who painted magnified flowers, animal skulls, and desert landscapes in New Mexico.

Stieglitz had made more than 350 portraits of his wife by the time he retired from photography in 1937. In 1978, according to Barbara Butler Lynes, O’Keeffe wrote about how distant from them she had become,

When I look over the photographs Stieglitz took of me – some of them more than sixty years ago — I wonder who that person is. It is as if in my one life, I have lived many lives.

#1 Ellen Koeniger (Morton), the niece of photographer Frank Eugene, visited Lake George in 1916.

Ellen Koeniger (Morton), the niece of photographer Frank Eugene, visited Lake George in 1916.

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#2 The Steerage, 1907

The Steerage, 1907

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#3 From My Window at An American Place, North (1931)

From My Window at An American Place, North (1931)

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#4 Equivalents, 1927

Equivalents, 1927

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#5 Equivalent, 1927

Equivalent, 1927

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#6 Dorothy True, 1919

Dorothy True, 1919

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#7 Dorothy Norman, 1930

Dorothy Norman, 1930

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#8 City of Ambition, 1910

City of Ambition, 1910

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#9 Barn, Lake George, 1936

Barn, Lake George, 1936

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#10 A Wet Day on the Boulevard, Paris, 1894

A Wet Day on the Boulevard, Paris, 1894

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#11 A Dirigible, 1910

A Dirigible, 1910

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#12 The Terminal, 1893

The Terminal, 1893

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#13 The Hand of Man, 1902

The Hand of Man, 1902

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#14 The Flatiron, 1903

The Flatiron, 1903

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#15 The Airplane, 1911

The Airplane, 1911

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#16 Sun Rays—Paula, Berlin, 1889

Sun Rays—Paula, Berlin, 1889

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#17 Spiritual America, 1923

Spiritual America, 1923

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#18 Songs of the Sky, 1924

Songs of the Sky, 1924

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#19 Reflections—Venice, 1894

Reflections—Venice, 1894

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#20 New York from the Shelton, 1935

New York from the Shelton, 1935

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#21 Georgia O’Keeffe—Neck, 1921

Georgia O’Keeffe—Neck, 1921

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#22 Georgia O’Keeffe, 1933

Georgia O’Keeffe, 1933

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#23 From the Shelton Looking North, 1927

From the Shelton Looking North, 1927

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#24 From the Back–Window 291, 1915

From the Back–Window 291, 1915

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#25 From Room 3003–The Shelton, New York, Looking Northeast, 1927

From Room 3003–The Shelton, New York, Looking Northeast, 1927

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#26 From My Window at the Shelton, 1931

From My Window at the Shelton, 1931

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#27 Dying Poplar and Live Branch – Lake George, 1932

Dying Poplar and Live Branch – Lake George, 1932

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Written by Jacob Aberto

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