The Masters of Photography category is devoted to sites which support the study of, or provide access to, the art and history of acknowledged masters.
A Master Photographer is one who, having had an impact upon the practice of photography through his or her work, has established a widely recognized place within the history of photography. A strong sales record or a long list of exhibitions and publications is not enough to qualify a photographer as a master. He or she must also be recognized by major museums, usually through the presentation of retrospective exhibitions, and his or her contribution to the field acknowledged by major historians of photography.
Bradford Washburn photos of Mount Washington and the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.
George Eastman House presents more than 130 of Coburn's images.
Gallery collection available for viewing with prints for purchase of rural Arkansas families from the 1940's.
Access to Harold Edgerton's papers and a short biography, at the MIT Library.
Documentary photographs (1950s to early 80s) of the United States, India and Europe, and writings archived at Duke University.
Site presents his work entitled "Light Years".
Official website for the color pioneer and onetime Magnum member, containing his writings, biography, print sales, and images.
Article on Liebling with extensive illustrations, quotes, and technical information. Presented by the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.
Articles, photographs, and resources about photographic masters.
The Estate of Inge Morath. Current and upcoming exhibitions, complete bibliography of books, biography, links.
Collection which the photography pioneer bequeathed to the Amon Carter Museum, including photographs from throughout his career, manuscripts, and biography.
Photographs and a brief biography of the Swiss artist. Information on the archives.
A biography, images and links to Amazon.com at Cosmopolis.
A 50-year retrospective of Skrebneski's fashion photography and celebrity portraits by Kodak and PDN.
Images, a biography, essays, a gift shop, and letters from fans.
The collection at the Library of Congress.
Images of New York, Paris, and Georgia O'Keeffe. Includes biography, portfolio, and links to authorized dealers.
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