NY: 1900. White, Clarence H. Hand-pulled photogravure. Image size 3 15/16 x 5 3/4 inches. Printed on copper plate paper and tipped to art paper which is 15 x 11 inches. Archivally matted. Fine. Item #31710
A richly-toned photogravure, Plate 10, from the portfolio, AMERICAN PICTORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY, SERIES TWO, which was published for "Camera Notes" by the Publication Committee of the Camera Club, New York in 1900. This image was also reproduced in Alfred Stieglitz's CAMERA NOTES in 1901; limited to 150 copies. Clarence Hudson White (1871-1925), pioneer of the American Pictorialist vision, had a strong effect on the direction of twentieth-century photography. As a teacher he profoundly influenced the art and technique of a number of important photographers, including: Margaret Bourke-White, Anton Bruehl, Laura Gilpin, Dorothea Lange, Paul Outerbridge, Ralph Steiner, Karl Struss and Doris Ulmann.