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Dorothea Lange

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Dorothea Lange

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Dorothea Lange - The Great Depression, street demonstration 1933

My dad has a print of this hanging over the fireplace, in a room with big windows. He says, "I know it's getting too much sun. I like it there. Leave it."

Dorothea Lange - Black Mother and Baby

Dorothea Lange. Richmond, California. 1942

CNN: The Unseen Dorothea Lange. Here are ten photos of Dorothea's that I found for my book, Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning.

Dorothea Lange Here's the gorgeous cover designed by Chronicle, and info. about the book from their fall catalog.

Visual Democracy: Dorothea Lange Linda Gordon on New Deal politics and Lange's photographs.

Dorothea Lange at work

"I will set myself a big problem. I will go there, I will photograph this thing, I will come back, and develop it. I will print it, and I will mount it and I will put it on the wall, all in twenty-four hours. I will do this, to see if I can just grab a hunk of lightning that is going on and finish it." An interview of Dorothea Lange conducted 1964 May 22, by Richard Doud, for the Archives of American Art

Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning Trailer, directed by Dyanna Taylor, produced by Katahdin Productions

Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor, photographed by Imogen Cunningham

Announcement of Lange's downtown San Francisco portrait studio. © Oakland Museum of California.

Oakland Museum of California, home of the Dorothea Lange Archives

Hot Tea and a Pencil: Dorothea Lange, National Hispanic Heritage Month

Hot Tea and a Pencil: Dorothea Lange, National Hispanic Heritage Month

New York Public Library Reveals Lost F.S.A. Photographs

The New York Public Library Photography Collection has a huge collection of Lange photographs. Stephen C. Pinson, Curator of Photography talks about the NYPL's photography collection.

Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning Process: All text and caption corrections done, done, done. I see a few images for color corrections tomorrow. One of those amazing moments when a bunch of stuff stored in my computer becomes parts of a book, on paper. Exciting!

Getting the final color corrections right at Chronicle books.

Scenes from a film on Dorothea Lange made by my sister, Meg Partridge. Dorothea Lange: A Visual Life

Cover Proofs arrived today. I'm In love with Pantone 8005