A history of women photographers

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Abbeville Press, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 356 pages
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A definitive, eye-opening history of women's accomplishments throughout the entire history of the medium, written by the author of A World History of Photography. This book is an invitingly readable chronicle of women's creativity and the challenging contexts within which they often worked. Includes detailed biographies and a bibliography. Black-and-white and color photos.

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A History of Women Photographers

User Review  - Michael Rogers - Book Verdict

When Rosenblum's chronicle made its debut in 1994, Publishers Weekly anointed it a "landmark volume"; it's easy to see why. The text digs back to photography's beginnings in the glass negative days of ... Read full review

A History of Women Photographers

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Here is yet another publication that strives to rescue from oblivion the neglected achievements of women in the visual arts. Juxtaposing the past 155 years of photographic history with events from ... Read full review



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Naomi Rosenblum is the author of A History of Women Photographers. She lives in Long Island City, New York.

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