Bruguière: a Portrait, ca. 1916

Francis Bruguière (1879–1945) :: A Portrait. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1916 (Heft 48)
Francis Bruguière (1879–1945) :: A Portrait. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1916 (Heft 48)

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

The Spanish Shawl, 1912

Paul Burty Haviland :: The Spanish Shawl. Published in Camera Work nº 39, 1912. | src Brown University
Paul Burty Haviland :: The Spanish Shawl. Published in Camera Work nº 39, 1912. | src Brown University
Paul B. Haviland :: The Spanish Shawl. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 39, 1912
Paul B. Haviland :: The Spanish Shawl. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 39, 1912

Miss Doris Keane, 1912

FeaturedPaul B. Haviland :: Miss Doris Keane. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 39, 1912
Paul Burty Haviland ::  Miss Doris Keane. Published in Camera Work nº 39, 1912. | src Brown University
Paul Burty Haviland :: Miss Doris Keane. Published in Camera Work nº 39, 1912. | src Brown University
Paul B. Haviland :: Miss Doris Keane. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 39, 1912
Paul B. Haviland :: Miss Doris Keane. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 39, 1912

Marchesa Luisa Casati, 1912

Adolf de Meyer :: Portrait of the Marchesa Luisa Casati, 1912. Published in Camera Work, No. XL, August 1912. Close-up of ‘La Marchesa’ Luisa Casati (aka La Casati) wearing a fur trimmed coat. She poses with her hands on the sides of her face. | src Getty Images, Christie’s and National Gallery of Victoria
Baron Adolf de Meyer :: “Marchesa Casati”, 1912. Photogravure on Japan paper. Original Camera Work print, issue 40, October 1912. | src Collezione Molinario

Nesbit by Käsebier: 5 renditions

Gertrude Käsebier :: Portrait of Evelyn Nesbit (Miss N.). Published in Camera Work, Nº 1, 1903. Portrait of Evelyn Nesbit [three-quarter length portrait, seated, wearing an off-the-shoulder dress], 1902. The Toledo Museum of Art | src NYTimes Lens Journal
Gertrude Käsebier :: Portrait (Miss N.). Published in Camera Work, Nº 1, 1903. Portrait of Evelyn Nesbit [three-quarter length portrait, seated, wearing an off-the-shoulder dress], 1902. © The Toledo Museum of Art | src NYTimes Lens Journal
Gertrude Käsebier (1852-1934) :: [Evelyn Nesbit about 1900 at a time when she was brought to the studio by Stanford White] Evelyn Nesbit, three-quarter length portrait, seated, wearing an off-the-shoulder dress. Glass negative. | src Library of Congress
Gertrude Käsebier (1852-1934) :: [Evelyn Nesbit about 1900 at a time when she was brought to the studio by Stanford White] Evelyn Nesbit, three-quarter length portrait, seated, wearing an off-the-shoulder dress. Glass negative. | src Library of Congress
Gertrude Käsebier (1852–1934) :: Evelyn Nesbit, 1902 [Carbon print?]. | src Princeton University Art Museum
Gertrude Käsebier (1852–1934) :: Evelyn Nesbit, 1902 [Carbon print?]. | src Princeton University Art Museum
Gertrude Käsebier  :: Portrait (Miss N.). Camera Work nº 1, January 1903. Photogravure. | src Brown University
Gertrude Käsebier :: Portrait (Miss N.). Camera Work nº 1, January 1903. Photogravure. | src Brown University
Gertrude Käsebier [Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1852 - New York, USA, 1934] :: Portrait (Miss N.). From: Camera Work No. 1, January 1903. Date: 1898 (circa) / Printed circa 1903. Technique: Photogravure on Japanese paper. | src Museo de Arte Reina Sofía
Gertrude Käsebier [Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1852 – New York, USA, 1934] :: Portrait (Miss N.). From: Camera Work No. 1, January 1903. Date: 1898 (circa) / Printed circa 1903. Technique: Photogravure on Japanese paper. | src Museo de Arte Reina Sofía

Dryads, 1913 by Anne Brigman

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Anne W. Brigman :: Dryads, 1913. Photogravure on thin off-white wove paper. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Volume 44 (1913) | src Harvard Art Museums
Anne W. Brigman :: Dryads, 1913. Photogravure on thin off-white wove paper. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Volume 44 (1913) | src Harvard Art Museums
Annie W. Brigman :: Dryads, 1913. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 44 (1913)
Annie W. Brigman :: Dryads, 1913. Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly, Heft 44 (1913)

Drops of rain, ca. 1902

Clarence Hudson White :: Drops of rain (dew drops), ca. 1902 | A child holds a glass ball as drops of rain fall on a window in this image which was published in the celebrated photographic magazine Camera Work in 1908.
Clarence Hudson White :: Dew drops | Drops of rain, ca. 1902. Palladium print | A young boy, possibly Maynard Pressley White, looking at a large glass ball, with raindrops on a screen in the background. Published in Camera Work (1908). | src Library of Congress
Clarence Hudson White :: Dew drops | Drops of rain, ca. 1902. Palladium print | A young boy, possibly Maynard Pressley White, looking at a large glass ball, with raindrops on a screen in the background [original scan]. | src Library of Congress