Louis-Alphonse Davanne - Arena at Arles, France
Sabine Weiss - Restaurant Coquet, Paris
Lisa Holden - Reclining
Hiroshi Watanabe - Santa Monica Pier
Lisa Holden - Pink Poppies
Arthur Tress - Throne of Aphrodite, New York

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Hymans Donate 125 Works to Yale Center for British Arts

The Yale Center for British Art has expanded its collection of photographs to include the work of notable modern and contemporary British photographers through a generous gift of 125 works…

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This eclectic and unique group of images captures the many facets of a photographer's life, creating a portrait of both famous and unknown lensmen throughout the ages. We see…

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Photography Price Gyrations: Gustave Le Gray, A Case Study

There has been and probably always will be a strong market for this 19th-century photographer. Besides being an acknowledged master by virtually every art institution, he is one of the…

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