Kitty Stieglitz by Alfred Stieglitz

Alfred Stieglitz Kitty Stieglitz, 1915-16. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection  src National Gallery of Art
Alfred Stieglitz :: Kitty Stieglitz, 1915-1916. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection. | src National Gallery of Art
Alfred Stieglitz :: Kitty Stieglitz, 1915-1916. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection. | src National Gallery of Art
Alfred Stieglitz :: Kitty Stieglitz, 1915-1916. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection. | src National Gallery of Art (DETAIL)
Alfred Stieglitz (1864 – 1946) :: Untitled [Kitty Stieglitz], 1907; Autochrome. | src The J. Paul Getty museum
Alfred Stieglitz made this portrait of his eight-year-old daughter Katherine (Kitty) while on vacation in Europe. Kitty sits on a park bench, clutching a bouquet of vibrant purple blossoms in one hand and holding a butterfly net in the other. (quoted from source)

Dreamy portrait by Stieglitz

Alfred Stieglitz :: Unknown Woman, 1907. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection | src National Gallery of Art
Alfred Stieglitz :: Unknown Woman, 1907. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection | src National Gallery of Art
Alfred Stieglitz :: Unknown Woman, 1907. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection | src National Gallery of Art
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Alfred Stieglitz :: Unknown Woman, 1907. Autochrome. Alfred Stieglitz Collection | Detail

Girls with parasol in autochrome

ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 03:  An autochrome of a young girl, daughter of the photographer, sitting in the shade in a garden, holding a parasol over her shoulder, taken by Etheldreda Janet Laing. In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children in the garden of the family home, Bury Knowle.
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: A girl, daughter of the photographer [Janet], sitting in the shade in a garden, holding a parasol over her shoulder, taken in the summer of 1908 at the gardens of Bury Knowle House, Oxfordshire. Autochrome. | Getty Images
ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 03:  An autochrome of a girl, daughter of the photographer, with a parasol by a flower bed, taken by Etheldreda Janet Laing. In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children in the garden of the family home, Bury Knowle.
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: A girl, one of the daughters of the photographer [Janet] wearing a bonnet, with a parasol by a flower bed, taken in the summer of 1908 at the gardens of Bury Knowle House, Oxfordshire. Autochrome. | Getty Images
An autochrome of her daughter sitting under a tree, taken by Etheldreda Janet Laing. Next to her, a basket overflows with ribbons and thread as she holds a length of fabric she may be embroidering. She carries a parasol to shade her face from the bright sunshine.
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: A girl, one of Laing’s daughters, Iris, with a parasol, sitting next to a basket of flowers and ribbons at the gardens of Bury Knowle House, Oxfordshire, ca. 1912. Autochrome. | National Science and Media Museum
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: Iris and Janet [daughters of the photographer] with parasol at the gardens of Bury Knowle House, Oxfordshire, between 1908-1914. Autochrome. | Getty Images

Please note that the dates in each Autochrome are not as accurate as they may be. The photos are dated as they were found in the respective sources. Also note that while Getty Images dates all Autochromes by Laing in 1908 the Science and Media Museum dates them between 1910-1914. At least the location seems not to be a matter for debate.

Iris and Janet in Bury Knowle

Etheldreda Janet Laing :: Iris and Janet, ca. 1914. Autochrome. The younger sister (Iris) has fallen asleep in her sister's lap.| src Science and Media Museum (The Dawn of Colour)
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: Iris and Janet, ca. 1914. Autochrome. The younger sister (Iris) has fallen asleep in her sister’s lap.| src Science and Media Museum (The Dawn of Colour)
An Autochrome of Etheldreda Janet Laing's daughters. The two sisters, dressed in matching green-striped dresses, relax on the grass in a sunny garden after picking a bunch of flowers. In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children in the garden of the family home, Bury Knowle in Oxfordshire. | Getty Images
An Autochrome of Etheldreda Janet Laing’s daughters. The two sisters, dressed in matching green-striped dresses, relax on the grass in a sunny garden after picking a bunch of flowers. In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children in the garden of the family home, Bury Knowle in Oxfordshire. | Getty Images
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: An autochrome of the photographer’s daughters sitting in a garden tying roses together, September 1908. In the summer of 1908 Laing took a series of autochrome portraits of her children in the garden of the family home, Bury Knowle in Oxfordshire. | Getty Images

Girls in Kimono (1908-1912)

Etheldreda Janet Laing (1872-1960) :: Girl in a Kimono, 1908. An Autochrome portrait of the photographer’s eldest daughter (Janet) dressed in a pink kimono. The design of the kimono is mirrored by the flower arrangement beside her. Japanese style and art became increasingly popular in England at the turn of the twentieth century. | src Getty Images
Girl in a Kimono, ca. 1908. An autochrome portrait of Janet Laing dressed in a pink kimono, taken by Etheldreda Janet Laing. | Getty Images
Etheldreda Janet Laing :: Two girls in oriental costume, ca. 1908. An Autochrome of the photographer’s daughters dressed in Japanese-style outfits. They both have flowers in their hair, which is typical in the geisha ‘Shimada’ fashion. | Getty Images
Autochrome photograph by Etheldreda Janet Laing. Image shows Laing’s daughter Janet in Oriental dress. Taken circa 1912. | src Science and Media Museum

Although these Autochromes are dated in Getty Images 1908 (or ca. 1908), the original source: the National Science and Media Museum date them around 1912.

The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam

Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Frontis. The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 1905. Photogravure. | src photogravure.com
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by University of California Libraries | src internet archive
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by University of California Libraries | src internet archive
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Getty Research Institute. | src internet archive
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Getty Research Institute. | src internet archive
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Getty Research Institute. | src internet archive
Adelaide Hanscom Leeson :: Plate 2. The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Getty Research Institute. | src internet archive

Hanscom achieved her luminous and daring visionary allegorical tableaux style through sophisticated manipulation of her photographs including combination printing and painting directly on the glass plate negatives. The delicate gravures are printed on tissue and tipped into the book which is notable for its Arts-and-Crafts design, the subjects (both nudes and artists of the time like Joachim Miller, George Sterling and George W. James).

The first edition was printed on at least two different types of tissue, one limp and thin, and the other stiff and parchment-like. Dodge published many subsequent editions with Hanscom’s photographic illustrations, in at least three smaller sizes, all with halftones, sometimes in color. In a 1912 edition, Blanch Cumming, another San Francisco photographer, was inexplicably also credited, although no additional illustrations appeared. In 1906, the San Francisco earthquake and fire destroyed Hanscom’s entire studio, including her Rubaiyat negatives. A decade later she provided similarly dreamy illustrations for an edition of Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Sonnets from the Portuguese, but her Rubaiyat images represent most of Hanscom’s print legacy, as her silver prints are rare. [quoted from the Art of the Photogravure]

Publications of The Rubāīyāt of Omar Khayyām available online:

The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Getty Research Institute

The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by University of California Libraries

The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1914. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. “Popular Edition“. Scanned by Getty Research Institute

The Rubaiyát of Omar Kháyyám, 1905. Published by Dodge Publishing Co. Plates on the Art of Photogravure

The Rubāīyāt of Omar Khayyām, 1912. New York : Dodge Publishing Co. Scanned by Cornell University Library, on Hathitrust

Lisy (portrait) by Anny Heimann

Anny Heimann :: Lisy. From :: „Die Kunst in der Photographie", 1905. Verlag von Wilhelm Knapp. Halle A/S
Anny Heimann :: Lisy. From :: „Die Kunst in der Photographie”, 1905. Verlag von Wilhelm Knapp. Halle A/S
Anny Heimann :: Lisy. From :: „Die Kunst in der Photographie", 1905. Verlag von Wilhelm Knapp. Halle A/S
Anny Heimann :: Lisy. From :: „Die Kunst in der Photographie”, 1905. Verlag von Wilhelm Knapp. Halle A/S

Flugversuche · Flight attempts

Flugversuch der Brüder Renner im Prater 1909. Verlag bzw. k. u. k. Universitätsbuchhandlung R. Lechner (Wilhelm Müller) 
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
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Flugversuch der Brüder Renner im Prater 1909. Verlag bzw. k. u. k. Universitätsbuchhandlung R. Lechner (Wilhelm Müller)
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Louis Malecot's airship dragging basket 1908
Louis Malecot’s airship dragging a basket, 1908. Ph. J. Theodoresco. | Wright Brothers Photographs

Louis Malecot’s airship in flight dragging a basket across the field. The basket was used for vertical steering. The basket was suspended by its two ends and hung some 60 feet below the keel. The vertical rudder at the rear of the airship provided horizontal steering. | Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Libraries

Flugversuch der Brüder Renner im Prater 1909. Verlag bzw. k. u. k. Universitätsbuchhandlung R. Lechner (Wilhelm Müller) 
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Flugversuch der Brüder Renner im Prater 1909. Verlag bzw. k. u. k. Universitätsbuchhandlung R. Lechner (Wilhelm Müller)
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Flugversuch der Brüder Renner im Prater 1909
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum
Flight attempt by the Renner brothers in the Prater 1909. Publisher or k. u.k. R. Lechner University Bookstore (Wilhelm Müller)
src Wien Museum

Flower study by Edward Seymour

Edward Seymour :: Flower Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: Flower Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: Flower Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: Flower Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905

Decorative studies by Seymour

Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905
Edward Seymour :: A Decorative Study, ca. 1905. Die Kunst in der Photographie 1905