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Gerald S. Ackerman

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Ansel Adams

Famed American photographer Ansel Adams (1902–1984) co-founded the Center for Creative Photography in 1975. His was one of five...

Robert Adamson

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David Akiba

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Leopoldo Alinari

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Paul L. Anderson

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Abe Aronow

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Lucy Ashjian

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Eugène Atget

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Jonathan Bailey

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Susan Barron

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Ruth-Marion Baruch

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Herbert Bayer

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Arthur J. Bell

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Bremner Benedict

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Louis Carlos Bernal

Louis Carlos Bernal (1941–1993) was born in Douglas, Arizona, and grew up in Phoenix. After completing his M.F.A. at Arizona State...

Ernest Bloch

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Lucienne Bloch

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Félix Bonfils

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Esther Born

Photographer Esther Born (United States, 1902–1987) documented numerous parts of Mexico during the 1930s. Her subjects included...

Lola Alvarez Bravo

Born Dolores Martínez in Jalisco, Mexico, Lola Alvarez Bravo (1907–1993) was one of Mexico’s most important photographers. Like other...

Josef Breitenbach

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Marilyn Bridges

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Philip Brigandi

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Anne Brigman

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Anne Brigman

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Lawrie Brown

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Laurie Brown

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Dean Brown

The short career and tragic death of Dean Brown (1936-1973) mean that his numerous, varied and thoughtfully-composed photographs...

Francis J. Bruguière

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Dan Budnik

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Wynn Bullock

Wynn Bullock (1902 – 1975) was born in Chicago and raised in South Pasadena, California. His early career was as a singer, and following...

Bill Burke

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Morrie Camhi

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Lucy Capehart

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Paul Caponigro

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Manuel Carrillo

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Larry Clark

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Mark Cohen

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Gregory Conniff

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Linda Connor

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Maurice Constant

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John Coplans

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Imogen Cunningham

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Edward Curtis

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Louise Dahl-Wolfe

Louise Dahl-Wolfe (United States, 1895–1989) is best known as a fashion photographer. Her tenure at Harper’s Bazaar from 1936...

Judy Dater

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Faurest Davis

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Robert Dawson

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Jim Dine

Robert Doisneau

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Jay Dusard

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Chris Enos

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Elliott Erwitt

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Terry Etherton

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Walker Evans

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Terry Evans

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Andreas Feininger

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Jody Forster

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Herbert G. French

5
5

Kurt Freund

2

Gisèle Freund

100

Geoffrey Fricker

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51

Lee Friedlander

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Henry E. Gilpin

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7

Laura Gilpin

58

Peter Goin

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Emmet Gowin

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Elijah Gowin

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John Gutmann

John Gutmann (1905–1998) was one of America’s most distinctive photographers. Born in Germany where he trained as an artist and art...

Johan Hagemeyer

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Wanda Hammerbeck

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Charles Harbutt

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Robert Heinecken

Throughout his career, Robert Heinecken (1931–2006) amused, educated, and often shocked viewers with his pointed, irreverent...

David Octavius Hill

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Lewis W. Hine

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Eikoh Hosoe

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David Hurn

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T.W. Ingersoll

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Graciela Iturbide

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Joseph D. Jachna

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Jerry Jacka

10
11

William Henry Jackson

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Bill Jay

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Michael Johnson

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Harold Jones

Harold Jones (born 1940) has contributed to photography as an artist, educator, curator and arts administrator. Born in Morristown, New...

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Pirkle Jones

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William Justema

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Sant Khalsa

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Mark Klett

Mark Klett (b. 1952) is primarily known as a photographer of the Western landscape, although his work speaks broadly about issues of...

Ellen Land-Weber

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William Larson

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Alma Lavenson

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Stu Levy

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Joan Liftin

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Ken Light

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Rose Mandel

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Margrethe Mather

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Skeet McAuley

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Dick McGraw

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Rollie McKenna

Portrait photographer Rosalie (Rollie) Thorne McKenna (United States, 1918–2003) focused her life’s work on literary figures and...

Mildred Mead

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Hansel Mieth and Otto Hagel

Photographers Johanna (Hansel) Mieth (1909-1998) and Otto Hagel (1909-1973) made notable contributions to the development of social...

Roger Minick

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Kozo Miyoshi

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Barbara Morgan

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12

Wright Morris

Wright Morris (1910-1998) was a renowned writer and affective photographer. Pairing photographs with his own writing, Morris pioneered a...

David Muench

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Frances Murray

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Eadweard Muybridge

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Hans Namuth

Photographer and filmmaker Hans Namuth (1915-1990) specialized in portraiture. In 1950, he famously portrayed Jackson Pollock painting,...

Nicholas Nixon

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Dorothy Norman

Photographer, writer, and social activist Dorothy Norman (1905-1997) created an invaluable depiction of an era through her sensitive and...

Sonya Noskowiak

Sonya Noskowiak (1900–1975) began her photographic career as studio assistant to Johan Hagemeyer in 1925 and within less than a decade...

Arthur Ollman

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Marion Palfi

Social documentary photographer Marion Palfi (1907–1978) sought equity, opportunity, and justice for all people, using her camera as a...

Mickey Pallas

Chicago photographer Mickey Pallas (1916–1997) once said, "I never took a picture I wasn't paid for." Although the motivation for his...

John Pfahl

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Andrew Phelps

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David Plowden

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Milton Rogovin

As a practicing optometrist, and after an assault by the House Un-American Activities Committee, Milton Rogovin began his second career...

Sheila Roth

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John P. Schaefer

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Ann Simmons-Myers

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Aaron Siskind

Aaron Siskind (United States, 1903-1991) has been called an abstract photographer and, indeed, many of his photographs feature subjects...

Neal Slavin

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Henry Holmes Smith

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Rosalind Solomon

Rosalind Fox Solomon (b.1930)

Rosalind Fox Solomon is an American artist based in New York City. As she photographs, Solomon...

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Frederick Sommer

Frederick Sommer (1905–1999) was an intellectual and artist before he went on to become one of the great photographers of the modern era...

Peter Stackpole

Photographer Peter Stackpole (1913-1997), was the son of artists, Ralph Stackpole and Adele Barnes Stackpole. Educated in the San...

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Joel Sternfeld

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Albert W. Stevens

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Sharon Stewart

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Martin Stupich

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Hiroshi Sugimoto

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Maggie Taylor

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Stephanie Torbert

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Kwong Chi Tseng

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Jerry N. Uelsmann

Innovator and experimenter, Jerry N. Uelsmann (born 1934) was captivated by photography at a young age. Born in Detroit, Michigan,...

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Maker Uncertain

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Laura Volkerding

Educator and photographer Laura Volkerding (1939-1996) began her artistic career making prints and drawings, and discovered her passion...

Adam Clark Vroman

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Todd Walker

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Melanie Walker

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Jack D. Ward

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John Ward

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Bradford Washburn

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Todd Webb

Todd Webb (1905–2000) used documentary photography to convey a sense of intimacy and curiosity in the relationship between history,...

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Brian Weil

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Dan Weiner

250

Sandra Weiner

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Jack Welpott

Born in Kansas City, Kansas, Jack Welpott (1923-2007) was educated at primary and secondary schools in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana....

Edward Weston

Among the twentieth century’s most influential art photographers, Edward Weston (United States, 1886–1958) is widely respected for his...

Brett Weston

Brett Weston (1911–1993) was born in Los Angeles, the second son of Edward Weston, and perhaps artistically the closest of the four...

Minor White

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Joel-Peter Witkin

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Marion Post Wolcott

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Don Worth

Don Worth (1924–2009) was born in Nebraska and his early life was dedicated to music. He attended the Juilliard School of Music where...

Max Yavno

Social documentary photographer Max Yavno (1911-1985) identified the odd charm that constitutes the identity of a place and people. Born...

Ylla Ylla

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