For thirty years, with the backing of men like J. Pierpont Morgan and former president Theodore Roosevelt, but at great expense to his family life and his health, Edward S. Curtis lived among dozens of native tribes, devoting his life to his calling until he produced a definitive and unparalleled work, The North American Indian.
All photos by Daniel Stoupin.
See how urban development has dramatically changed these metropolises over several decades.
A French postcard is a small, postcard-sized piece of cardstock featuring a photograph of a nude or semi-nude woman. Such erotic cards were produced in great volume, primarily in France, in the late 19th and early 20th century. The term was adopted in the USA, where such cards were not legally made.
Alex Ross, 1851-1894, came to Calgary, Alberta in 1884 and set up a photographic studio at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Osler Street. He had previously worked for a photographer in Winnipeg, but felt the time was right to strike out on his own and establish his own business. He quickly became well-known for
All photographs by ℗Maggie Hopp
In the museum of modern art (BAM) in the Belgian town Mons takes place an exhibition After the deluge. Exposition includes photographs by an American photographer David LaChapelle – a founder of Surrealistic glamour and a main photographer of celebrities, who took pictures of Britney Spears and Elton John. An exhibition is based on a