The Mirror, 1912 (C.H. White)

Clarence Hudson White :: The Mirror, 1912. From: Photo-Secession: Painterly Masterworks of Turn-of-the-Century Photography at D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts · Springfield Museums. | src Flickr

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

Natacha Rambova, 1916

Edward Weston :: “Natacha Rambova”, 1916. Vintage platinum-palladium print, signed and dated by artist on the recto, provenance W. M. Hunt Collection. | src Collezione Molinario

Betty Katz, ca. 1916

Margrethe Mather (1885 – 1952) :: Betty Katz, Los Angeles, about 1916. Side profile of a woman wearing a hair comb and floral pattern shirt. There is a single rose beside her. Palladium print. | src The J. Paul Getty Museum

Portrait of a Man (Robert Fuller), 1922

Edward Henry Weston (1886-1958) :: Portrait of a Man (Robert Fuller), 1922. Platinum print, mounted on paper, signed and dated in pencil (mount, recto); with annotations in pencil (mount, verso). | src Christie’s

Dolor, ca. 1903

Edward J. Steichen :: Dolor, ca. 1903. Halftone plate nº 5. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly nº 2 (1903-04). | src Brown University Library

Nude Study, ca. 1903

Edward Steichen :: Étude de nu, ca. 1903. Photogravure. Published in L’Épreuve Photographique: Deuxième Série: 1905. Printer: Charles Whittmann. This nude study by Steichen is better known as Nude with Cat, and was published as a halftone plate in Camera Work II in 1903. This variant version shows more of the original background to the photograph, including what appears to be a tree branch silhouetted behind the model. | src Photoseed