Virginia Morris in a hoopskirt

Edward J. Steichen :: Virginia Morris wearing a hoop-skirt costume with a two-tone skirt and bodice, and a huge bow at one side; and a tricorne hat with waist-length lace panels, for the annual costume party, the Red and Gold Ball, for the New York Junior League. | src Getty Images (broken link)

Dancers in Persian costumes

Edward J. Steichen :: Dancers in costume for the Persian Fete benefit for the Big Sisters charity. Published in Vogue, February 15th, 1925. | src Condé Nast

Chanticleer costume, 1924

Edward J. Steichen :: Mrs. Leo Lentelli wearing a Chanticleer costume designed by Italian-American sculptor Leo Lentelli. Published in Vogue, April 1st, 1924. | src Condé Nast

Three dancers, Vogue, 1925

Edward J. Steichen :: Julia Brokow, Barbara Brokow, and Mrs. Adee Bradley in dance costumes by William Weaver, 1925. Published in Vogue, February 15th, 1925. | src Condé Nast

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 with Cat, ca. 1903

Edward J. Steichen :: Nude with Cat, ca. 1903. Halftone plate nº 3. Published in Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly No. 2 (1903-04). | src Brown University Library
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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