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

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User Review  - Avis Black - Goodreads

This book suffers from a very weak selection of pictures. Whoever picked these shots seemed to have deliberately zeroed in on the worst work in the photographers' portfolios. 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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