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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The extraordinary Kasebier (1852-1934) calmy defied the social conventions of her day to set up her own studio at 36, soon becoming a prominent figure in early 20th-century photography. Her well-known ... Read full review
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Outstanding biography on yet another phenomenally talented woman who sought and earned great commercial success during her lifetime. I've known so many of her works and yet knew neither creator nor ... Read full review