The Sleeping Beauty by Crooke

William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London)
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London) Musée Nicéphore Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Nicéphore Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 210, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society's Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Niépce
William Crooke :: The Sleeping Beauty. The Amateur Photographer & Photographic News, vol. LII, 1352, p. 211, 1910. (The Royal Photographic Society’s Annual Exhibition, London) | src Musée Niépce

Self-Portrait with Model

Harold Leroy Harvey (*) :: [Self-Portrait with Camera and Model], ca. 1930. | src The Met

(*) Harold Leroy Harvey exhibited at the San Francisco Salon of 1916 when he was only seventeen. He is believed to have studied with Man Ray in the early 1920s, and the two men did in fact share similar interests in experimental printing techniques. Harvey’s invention of various film developers and toners led eventually to the founding of his own company, the Harvey Chemical Company, in New Jersey. In addition to working as a commercial photographer, he was a painter and an illustrator. | quoted from source

Mona Mårtenson i Påsk (Easter)

Gösta Hübinette :: Mona Mårtenson i Strindbergs Påsk | Mona Mårtenson in Strindberg’s Påsk (Easter), 1924. Gelatin Silver Prints.
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