Georgia OʹKeeffe fixing hair

Alfred Stieglitz :: Georgia OʹKeeffe (fixing hair), 1919-21. From: Photo-Secession: Painterly Masterworks of Turn-of-the-Century Photography at D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts · Springfield Museums
Alfred Stieglitz :: Georgia OʹKeeffe (fixing hair), 1919-21. From: Photo-Secession: Painterly Masterworks of Turn-of-the-Century Photography at D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts · Springfield Museums

Stieglitz by Stieglitz

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)
Alfred Stieglitz · Mrs. Selma Schubart [Selma Stieglitz Schubart wearing Fortuny gown], 1907 Autochrome. | src The Met
Alfred Stieglitz · Mrs. Selma Schubart [Selma Stieglitz Schubart wearing Fortuny gown], 1907. Autochrome. | src The Met

The subject of the photograph above is Stieglitz’s flamboyant youngest sister, Selma, wearing a Fortuny dress. Authorship of the image is uncertain: this plate was donated by Georgia O’Keeffe to the Metropolitan in 1955 as a work by Stieglitz; a nearly identical plate was donated to George Eastman House in 2001 by Edward Steichen’s widow as a work by her husband. [image below]

Edward Steichen · [Selma Stieglitz Schubart wearing Fortuny gown]; 1907–1909. Color transparency. | src Eastman Museum

Experiment 27 and 28, 1907

Clarence H. White and Alfred Stieglitz :: Experiment 27 (lady in white with crystal ball), 1907. From Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly nº 27, July 1909. | src Brown University Library
Clarence H. White and Alfred Stieglitz :: Experiment 28 (lady with crystal ball in hand), 1907. From Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly nº 27, July 1909. | src Brown University Library

Torso, ca. 1907

Clarence H. White & Alfred Stieglitz :: Torso, ca. 1907. From Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly nº 27 (1909-07), July 1909. | src Brown University Library
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Clarence H. White (1871-1925) & Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) :: Torso, 1907 {printed later, 1909}. Hand pulled photogravure. | src NSW

Alfred Stieglitz, 1904 (MCMIV)

Heinrich Kühn :: Alfred Stieglitz, Innsbruck, 1904. Gummidruck, signiert und datiert: recto o. re.: handschriftlich in Weiß: “Heinrich / Kuehn / MCMIV”. Sammlung Juhl. | src MK&G