Gertrude Käsebier: the photographer and her photographs
This is the first book about the pioneering photographer Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934). In middle age, with three grown children, she began to study painting and photography, set up a portrait studio on New York's Fifth Avenue, and became one of the finest and best-known portraitists and photographic artists of her day. 116 illustrations.
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Review: Gertrude Kasebier: The Photographer and Her PhotographsUser Review - Debbie - Goodreads
I loved reading about Gertrude. Gertrude played host and photographed Indians when they visited New York. One photo shows two Indians sitting at a table with a skyscrpaer out the window. Gertrude ... Read full review
Review: Gertrude Kasebier: The Photographer and Her PhotographsUser Review - Michael - Goodreads
This is a work that presents high quality reproductions of Kasebier's images with friendly, transparently written biography, based on meticulous research of primary sources. I particularly appreciated ... Read full review