Matisse at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski at the Toledo Museum of Art
My Visit to the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC
Regarding Warhol Exhibit at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art
THE MARKETING MIX CONTRIBUTION INIMPROVING THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ROMANIANHISTORY STRATEGY
Yayoi Kusama on Exhibit at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Capsaicin protects neuromuscular junctions from the inhibitory effects of botulinum neurotoxin A
Experiences from the Architectural Migration of a Joint ...
Juice From The Earth, Instead Of The Can
Conceptual Framework of a Principle-based Approach for Life Insurance Products from the American Academy of Actuaries' Universal Life Work Group
Alfred Stieglitz (1864–1946), Edward Steichen (1879–1973), and Paul Strand (1890–1976) are among the most famous photographers of the 20th century. This handsome volume showcases for the first time the Metropolitan Museum’s extraordinarily rich holdings of works by these diverse and groundbreaking masters.
A passionate advocate for photography and modern art promoted through his “Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession” (also known as “291”) and his journal Camera Work, Stieglitz was also a photographer of supreme accomplishment. Featured works by Stieglitz include portraits, landscapes, city views, and cloud studies, along with photographs from his composite portrait of Georgia O’Keeffe (selected by O’Keeffe herself for the Museum). Steichen—perhaps best known as a fashion photographer, celebrity portraitist, and MoMA curator—was Stieglitz’s man in Paris, gallery collaborator, and most talented exemplar of Photo-Secessionist photography. His three large variant prints of The Flatiron and his moonlit photographs of Rodin’s Balzac are highlighted here. Marking a pivotal moment in the course of photography, the final double issue of Camera Work (1915–17) was devoted to the young Paul Strand, whose photographs from 1915 and 1916 treated three principal themes—movement in the city, abstractions, and street portraits—and pioneered a shift from the soft-focus Pictorialist aesthetic to the straight approach and graphic power of an emerging modernism. Represented are Strand’s rare large platinum prints—most of them unique exhibition prints of images popularly known only as Camera Work photogravures.
The rarely exhibited photographs gathered in Stieglitz, Steichen, Strand are among the crown jewels of the Metropolitan’s collection.
Use coupon below to get discount at eCampus.com!
$3 off textbook orders over $75
$4 off textbook orders over $90
$5 off textbook orders over $100
Copy the coupon code before clicking the button!
|Amazon US||Paperback||$18.95 - $35.00|
In this unusual glimpse into the Metropolitan Museum, members of curatorial and other key departments describe Philippe de Montebello’s impact ...
A lavishly illustrated book that presents in color over 200 of the most important pieces of art from the museum's holdings of American painting and sculpture.
From the fall of the Han dynasty at the turn of the third century to the eventual reunification of the country under the Sui at the turn of the seventh century, China experienced a tumultuous and ...
The New Vision; Photography Between the World Wars, Ford Motor Company Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
John m Crawford Jr Collection of Chinese Calligraphy and Painting in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Checklist
Fifteenth-Eighteenth-Century French Drawings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Unmarked. This publication explores the most significant Barbarian jewelry and metalwork in the Metropolitan Museum.
Period Rooms in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
People Associated With the Metropolitan Museum of Art
European Post-Medieval Tapestries and Related Hangings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art