Heinrich Kühn (1866-1944)

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Miss Mary, 1908
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Still Life with Apples, 1908-1910
Autochrome

Heinrich Kühn was an important Pictorialist and one of the earliest color photographers. His goal was to use photography as a medium for realizing an artistic vision as precisely as in painting.

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William McGregor Paxton (1869-1941)

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Tea Leaves, 1909
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Rose and blue, 1913

 

Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939)

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Spring Night, circa 1910
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The Introduction of Slavonic Liturgy, 1912
Praise the Lord in Your Native Tongue

The Slav Epic cycle is a collection of 20 paintings completed between 1910 and 1928. It is a depiction of the history and mythology of the Slavic people. This painting is third in the cycle, and deals with the early days of Slavic history.

Annie Louisa Swynnerton (1844-1933)

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The Sense of Sight, 1895
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The Convalescent, exhibited 1929

 

Sabine Weiss (b. 1924)

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Paris, 1955
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Paris, 1957

 

Joan Brull i Vinyoles (1836-1912)

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Nimfes del capvespre (Nymphs at dusk), c. 1898
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Somni (Dream), 1905

 

Trude Fleischmann (1895-1990)

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Mila Cirul, dancer, Vienna, c. 1925
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Study with glass sphere, 1923

Trude Fleischmann established her career in photography in Vienna, opening her own studio in her 20s. She was known primarily for her work with celebrities from the world of music and theatre. She departed Austria when it was annexed by Nazi Germany in 1938, and successfully resumed her career in New York.

Théo van Rysselberghe (1862-1926)

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The Mediterranean at Le Lavandou, 1904