Alfred Stieglitz at Lake George
For more than a decade before World War I, Alfred Stieglitz gave much of his formidable energy to his public career as editor, publisher, proselytizer, and art dealer. In the 1920s and 1930s, he turned again to his own photography, exploring his personal world at Lake George in the New York Adirondacks. Here 65 of the Lake George photographs are splendidly reproduced. 115 illustrations, 65 in tritone, 50 in duotone.
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