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Adams, Ansel Arnold, Charles
Arnold, Eve Arbus, Diane
Atget, Eugene Avedon, Richard
Abbott, Berenice Bellocq, E.J.
Beaton, Cecil Bischof, Werner
Blossfeldt, Karl Bourke-White, Margaret
Brady, Mathew Brandt, Bill
Brassaï Burckhardt, Rudy
Bailey, David Baltz, Lewis
Claxton, William Corbijn, Anton
Cunningham, Imogen Curtis, Edward
Cameron, Julia Margaret Cartie-Bresson, Henri@
De Carava, Roy Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge
Doisneau, Robert Dater, Judy
Eggleston, William Eisenstaedt, Alfred@
Evans, Walker Feininger, Andreas
Frank, Robert Hine, Lewis
Horvat, Frank Jackson, William Henry
Kenna, Michael Kertesz, Andre
Karsh, Yousuf Lange, Dorothea
Meyerowitz, Joel Modotti, Tina
Muybridge, Edweard Mann, Sally
Mapplethorpe, Robert Mark, Mary Ellen
Newton, Helmut Penn, Irving
Parks, Gordon@ Riis, Jacob
Ritts, Herb Robinson, Henry Peach
Ray, Man Sexton, John
Seymour, David Sherman, Cindy
Siskind, Aaron Sommer, Frederick
Steichen, Edward Stieglitz, Alfred
Strand, Paul Sudek, Josef
Salgado, Sebastiao Tice, George
Talbot, William Henry Fox Weegee
Wegman, William Weston, Brett
Weston, Edward Winogrand, Garry
Witkin, Joel-Peter  



See Also:

  • Bullock, Wynn Archive: Finding Aid for the Wynn Bullock Archive. The Bullock Archive located at the Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. PDF File.
  • Caponigro, Paul: Information on galleries and exhibitions, with 10 images of his photography at Art in Context.
  • Coburn, Alvin Langdon: George Eastman House presents more than 130 of Coburn's images.
  • Day, Fred Holland: This site contains the largest archive of Fred Holland Day photographs, plus a chronological timeline of the photographer's life.
  • Edgerton, Harold: Access to Harold Edgerton's papers and a short biography, at the MIT Library.
  • Friedlander, Lee: At Masters of Photography: photos, articles and resources.
  • Gedney, William: Documentary photographs (1950s to early 80s) of the United States, India and Europe, and writings archived at Duke University.
  • Gibson, Ralph: Site presents his work entitled "Light Years".
  • Haas, Ernst (1921-1986): Official website for the color pioneer and onetime Magnum member, containing his writings, biography, print sales, and images.
  • Heyman, Ken: A well-published and travelled photography master, once a full member of Magnum.
  • Jerome Liebling: Get The Picture: Article on Liebling with extensive illustrations, quotes, and technical information. Presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
  • Karsh Masterworks - A Tribute: Masterworks from the Karsh Collection at the National Archives of Canada.
  • Kasebier, Gertrude (1852-1934): A biography of Kasebier who was a member of the Photo-Secessionists.
  • Lartigue, Jacques Henri: A comprehensive biography and his work.
  • Leonard, Herman: "Jazz Memories", 18 images at the Barbara Gillman Gallery.
  • Moore, Charles: Kodak presents "Powerful Days in Black and White" of the civil rights movement.
  • Morath, Inge: The Estate of Inge Morath. Current & upcoming exhibitions, complete bibliography of books, biography, links.
  • Nadar: At Masters of Photography: photographs, articles and resources.
  • O'Sullivan, Timothy: At Masters of Photography: photos, articles and resources.
  • Porter, Eliot: Collection Guide: Collection which the photography pioneer bequeathed to the Amon Carter Museum, including photographs from throughout his career, manuscripts, and biography.
  • Post Wolcott, Marion: Marion Post Wolcott captured a slice of Depression-era life in this Smithsonian Magazine article, Mississippi Moment.
  • Rodchenko, Alexander: At Masters of Photography: photos, articles and resources.
  • Sander, August: Excellent reproductions of three of his portraits, shown by the Halsted Gallery.
  • Schulthess, Emil (1913-1996): Photographs and a brief biography of the Swiss artist. Information on the archives.
  • Shahn, Ben: A biography, images and links to Amazon.com at Cosmopolis.
  • Skrebneski, Victor: A 50-year retrospective of Skrebneski's fashion photography and celebrity portraits by Kodak and PDN.
  • Uelsmann, Jerry: Images, a biography, essays, a gift shop, and letters from fans.
  • Van Vechten, Carl (1880-1964): The collection at the Library of Congress.
  • Von Gloeden, Wilhelm: First photographer of the male nude, this site offers the largest collection of Wilhelm Von Gloeden images online, plus an essay detailing his life.
  • Webb, Todd (1905-2000): Images of New York, Paris, and Georgia O'Keeffe. Includes biography, portfolio, and links to authorized dealers.

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