Autochromes by F. P. Knott

Woman adorned like a Chinese goddess poses in a garden in California, 1915. Photograph by Franklin Price Knott. | src National Geographic
Portrait of a woman draped with red silk. Photograph by Franklin Price Knott. | src National Geographic
Undated autochrome of a water lily garden by Franklin Price Knott. | src National Geographic

Dancer Maria Moreno

George Rinhart :: “Pretty Maria Moreno, who is gaining prominence through her classical dances which she conceives and executes. She is a native Italian.” (original caption) | src Getty Images

The Female Figure, ca. 1917

Karl Struss (1886-1981) :: The Female Nude, ca. 1917. Dye imbibition print. Rotogravure. Verso: [stamp] Original Photograph by Karl Struss \ FROM “THE FEMALE FIGURE.” \ First Series. Plate Nº. [in ink]: 16. | src Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Karl Struss (1886-1981) :: The Female Figure, ca. 1917. Hess-Ives print. Rotogravure. Verso: [stamp] Original Photograph by Karl Struss \ FROM “THE FEMALE FIGURE.” \ First Series. Plate Nº. [in graphite]: 32. | src Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Salome (1912-1913) by Drtikol

František Drtikol :: Untitled [Salome], 1912-1913, toned gelatin silver print, stamped ‘Drtikol Prague Bromografia Poděbrady’, and numbered ’63’. | src Christie’s

Nude bending backwards, 1923

Lucien Waléry :: Showgirl from the Folies Bergère. From ‘Portfolio de 100 Photogravures’ published in 1923 by the Librairie des Arts Décoratifs. Plate (planche) LXXVI. | src livejournal and wikibooks

Portrait with mirror, 1905

Séeberger Frères :: Pictorialisme. Portrait au miroir, 1905 | Portrait with mirror, 1905. Oil print process, signed in the lower left corner. | src Ader ~ Maison de ventes