David Douglas Duncan, perhaps the most famous war photojournalist of the 20th-century, died June 7th in France at the age of 102. He had survived—although wounded several times—many wars…Read More
By Matt Damsker
The history of photography is intertwined, conceptually, with that of painting. Both mediums evolved from conventional two-dimensional representation to explore ever richer realms of realism, perspective, and…Read More
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…Read More
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