James Craig Annan (Scottish, 1864–1946)
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James Craig Annan learned photography as a boy: his father, Thomas Annan, was a photographer read more
The earliest method of reproducing photographs in ink, photogravures peaked in popularity at the turn read more
Stieglitz had edited two previous publications—The American Amateur Photographer and Camera Notes—before deciding in 1902 read more
The international movement known as Pictorialism represented both a photographic aesthetic and a set of read more
In: Camera Work 19 (July 1907)
Exhibited: Buffalo, 1910