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
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Torso, ca. 1907

Clarence H. White and Alfred Stieglitz :: Torso, ca. 1907. From Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly nº 27 (1909-07), July 1909. | src Brown University Library

Nude Walking Like an Egyptian, 1917

Karl F. Struss :: Nude Walking Like an Egyptian, 1917. This figural study belongs to The Female Figure, a portfolio of nude studies that Struss published for artists to use. He employed three painters to consult on the poses, which were executed by models and dancers. | src Cleveland Museum of Art

Portrait of Seeley’s Sister, 1910

George Henry Seeley :: Portrait of Seeley’s Sister, 1910. | src SLAM ~ Saint Louis Art Museum
«George H. Seeley’s sister sits in a romantic, dream-like setting on the bank of a river or pond. (…) Horizontal lines drawn across the negative add texture to the water.» quoted from source.