Edward Steichen

<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Greta Garbo</i>, 1928.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>The Flatiron</i>, 1904, printed 1909.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Pastoral--Moonlight</i>, 1907.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Gloria Swanson</i>, 1924.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Brooklyn Bridge</i>, 1903.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Isadora Duncan in the Parthenon, Athens</i>, 1921.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Wind Fire--Thérèse Duncan on the Acropolis</i>, 1921.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Rodin - The Thinker</i>, 1902.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Douglas Lighters</i>, 1928.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Princess Nathalie Paley wearing sandals by Shoecraft</i>, 1934.</p>
<p><b>Edward Steichen</b>, <i>Black: Model Margaret Horan in a black dress by Jay-Thorpe</i>, Vogue, November 1935.</p>
1878 , d. 1973

Regarded as first fashion photographer; after photo of Lee Miller derailed her fashion career he provided her an introduction to Man Ray; early pictorialist works, partnered with Alfred Stieglitz to form Gallery 291; contributed to military photo efforts in WWI and WWII, Academy Award for war documentary film; Director of Photography at MoMA.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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