Photography--1900 to the Present

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Diana Emery Hulick, Joseph Marshall
Prentice Hall, 1998 - Art - 363 pages
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This unique book takes a thematic approach to twentieth century photography by focusing on the major developments of the 20-year periods into which the book is divided rather than on individual photographers. Photography 1900 to the Present presents excerpts from a cross-section of writers in the fields of photographic criticism and history on topics relevant to each period with the overview of each section providing a context for the art and culture of that era. The book also includes a timeline to exhibits, books, technical innovations, and professional organizations of each period. It also includes a bibliography of major periodicals dealing with 20th century photography. This enables readers to access current information on contemporary photographers. A valuable reference book for any reader interested in the evolution of 20th century art and photography and its impact on society.

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Contents

George Eastman and the Origins of Mass
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Gertrude Kasebier and the Artistic Commercial Portrait 1901
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The Photograph Beautiful l89519l5 1992 Christian Peterson
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About the author (1998)

He was born on the Rosebud Reservation in south-central South Dakota. Raised by his maternal grandparents, his first language is Lakota. He is a historian, educator & lecturer & the author of highly regarded small press books. He has been a technical advisor & actor in television movies including Return to Lonesome Dove. A recipient of the Wyoming Humanities Award.

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