Of All Art Forms, Photography Has Proven One Of The Most Profitable And Satisfying To Collect… The art of collecting photography has followed the medium in an upward climb in popularity throughout its existence. But how did photography collecting begin? Who were the first collectors? What were the first photographs collected? In The History of […]
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November 29th, 2012 · 1 Comment · History of Photography
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May 4th, 2012 · 2 Comments · History of Photography
Correspondence Between Philip Hyde And His Mentor And Teacher Minor White Philip Hyde first studied under Ansel Adams in the 1946 Summer Session at the California School of Fine Arts, now the San Francisco Art Institute. That Summer Session was also the first time Minor White attended a class taught by Ansel Adams. Minor White […]
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