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Camera Work - Checklist

ThumbnailEdward Steichen 
The Man that Resembles Erasmus 
[Camera Work, no. 42/43, pl. 07] 
Photogravure, Hand-pulled, on tissue 
6 5/8 x 6 3/8 
Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd 

ThumbnailBaron Adolph de Meyer 
A Street in China 
[Camera Work, no. 40, pl. 09] 
Photogravure, Hand-pulled 
9 1/4 x 5 7/8 
Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd 

ThumbnailFrederick H. Evans 
Height and Light in Bourges Cathedral 
[Camera Work, no. 04, pl. 03] 
Photogravure, Hand-pulled 
3 x 2 7/8 
Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd 

ThumbnailAlfred Stieglitz 
A Snapshot: Paris 
[Camera Work, no. 41, pl. 06] 
Photogravure, Hand-pulled 
5 3/8 x 6 7/8 
Andrew Cahan: Bookseller, Ltd 
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Contextual notes: 
Camera Work was the key publication of the Pictorialist movement and ran from 1903 until 1917 under the total control of Alfred Stieglitz. The quarterly publication never had a large readership swinging between about 1,000 and 400 subscribers but the influence that it had over photographers and artists of the early Twentieth century was out of all proportion to this. Part of the reason was that the people who contributed photographs for Camera Work also wrote widely in other more popular magazines and also exhibited internationally.
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