Ch8 - Frederick evans big steps of the cathedral. Another...

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1Ch. 8 Roman – ideal guy looking at everything like being an honor with indians. Curtis was posing the native Americans because they were just a dying race. (Roman/Curtis shot together) From Seagal down they were all pictoralists. ((look up pictoralists) Seagletts started off with pictoralist went on to motion photo. Also responsible for a gallery in new york city (291) showed tons of artwork. Brought attention to younger photographers with his magazines. Peter emerson – book – naturalistic photography v. passionate. Made lots of speeches – talked a lot of smack. Talked about rules of photography – emulate paintings then years later he took everything back – still a pictoralist. Robert demache – gum by chromates – paint on the emulsion gives a painterly feel. Austrian – heinrich kuhn also did gum by chromates. He has portrait of lady with a big hat.
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Unformatted text preview: Frederick evans big steps of the cathedral. Another set of stairs going back. British photog who focused on cathedrals in England and france. Gertrude caisaveir- v. successful portrait studio gum by chromates and platinum prints. "Blessed art thou among woman" famous photo. Clarence White made sets young women in costume real dramatic lights. Edward steickand portraits of famous people rhodan with huge beard photo. Several careers. Assisted with gallery 291. f. Holland Day- friends with seagletts and steickland- seagletts got angry with him because he posed himself as Christ in the passion of the Christ. Alvin Langdon covern from boston seagletts took under wing started off doing landscapes. Moved onto cityscapes....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ARTS 2356 taught by Professor Arnold during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi.

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