Through a glass darkly: Tate Britain celebrates the work of Alvin
A broken mirror, edges jagged, would be a fitting metaphor for the photographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn, taken early last century. He was smashing convention, refracting reality, elevating partial reflections over traditional images. It's not just a metaphor, though: the pictures he took in this period – vortographs, as they became known – were shot through the prism of three
Artist: Alvin Langdon Coburn
Alvin Langdon Coburn (1882-1966) began generating his vortographs the same year they were first displayed in his one-man show at the Ca...
984 LA FOTOGRAFÍA HOY, ES UN ARTE. DAR RESPUESTAS CON LA IMAGEN
LA FOTOGRAFÍA HOY, ES UN ARTE. DAR RESPUESTAS CON LA IMAGEN —¿Qué es más importante para usted en la fotografía? La estética, la té...
Photo of Ezra Pound, poet, by Alvin Langdon Coburn, 1913
Offering a new Fine Art quality archival pigment reprint of this vintage portrait of poet Ezra Pound, by Alvin Langdon Coburn, 1913. It is a high quality print, unframed, approximately 8x10 on 8.5x11 archival paper, suitable for matting, framing and display. Alvin Langdon Coburn (1882-1966) was an
Mark Twain, Stormfield | The Art of the Photogravure
. Celebrating the beauty and history of the photogravure process and the important role it has played in helping photographers and pulishers in their mission to establish photography as a fine art. The only online collection of Camera Work, as well as examples from the early work of Peter Henry Emerson and Alfred Stieglitz to contemporary work being produced by many of todays most prominent photographers.