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Gertrude Käsebier | Photographs, Photographers and Photography

Gertrude Käsebier | Photographs, Photographers and Photography

gertruda kasebier - Hledat Googlem

gertruda kasebier - Hledat Googlem

“The Heritage of Motherhood,” 1904, shows tragic side of maternity, depicting Gertrude Kasebier’s friend, poet Agnes Lee, who had just lost her cherished daughter. It reflects the use of photography to convey emotion, with the grieving mother on a desolate shore serving as a generalized symbol. University of Delaware Collection, gift of Mason E. Turner Jr, 1994.

“The Heritage of Motherhood,” 1904, shows tragic side of maternity, depicting Gertrude Kasebier’s friend, poet Agnes Lee, who had just lost her cherished daughter. It reflects the use of photography to convey emotion, with the grieving mother on a desolate shore serving as a generalized symbol. University of Delaware Collection, gift of Mason E. Turner Jr, 1994.

Incredible portrait by Gertrude Käsebier

Incredible portrait by Gertrude Käsebier

Gertrude Käsebier. Mrs. R. 1905. Beatrice Baxter Ruyl. Platinum print. 9 5/8 x 7 5/8" (24.4 x 19.4 cm). Gift of Mrs. Hermine M. Turner. 170.1963. Photography

Gertrude Käsebier. Mrs. R. 1905. Beatrice Baxter Ruyl. Platinum print. 9 5/8 x 7 5/8" (24.4 x 19.4 cm). Gift of Mrs. Hermine M. Turner. 170.1963. Photography

Gertrude Käsebier, “A Study”, ca. 1898, platinum print, 7 1/4" x 4 3/4"

Gertrude Käsebier, “A Study”, ca. 1898, platinum print, 7 1/4" x 4 3/4"

ca. 1905, “The Dance”, Gertrude Käsebier    via the National Media Museum, Royal Photographic Society

ca. 1905, “The Dance”, Gertrude Käsebier via the National Media Museum, Royal Photographic Society

This is a famous photo, taken in 1894, of Alexander Graham Bell, Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller (seated). Bell introduced Keller to her by rena

This is a famous photo, taken in 1894, of Alexander Graham Bell, Annie Sullivan and Helen Keller (seated). Bell introduced Keller to her by rena

A photograph of Lillian Gish taken by her friend, Nell Dorr

A photograph of Lillian Gish taken by her friend, Nell Dorr

Antonin Artaud, French dramatist, poet, actor, and theoretician of the Surrealist movement who attempted to replace the “bourgeois” classical theatre with his “theatre of cruelty,” a primitive ceremonial experience intended to liberate the human subconscious and reveal man to himself.

Man Ray’s Avant-Garde Portraits of Famous Friends

Antonin Artaud, French dramatist, poet, actor, and theoretician of the Surrealist movement who attempted to replace the “bourgeois” classical theatre with his “theatre of cruelty,” a primitive ceremonial experience intended to liberate the human subconscious and reveal man to himself.

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