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we took photographs of students posing as if they were erasing their faces. The students cut out an area of the photograph, glued the remaining portion of the photo onto paper, and used pencil to draw the missing portion of their faces.


Zia Pueblo Four-color Polychrome Olla C3134A-jar.jpg + Add to my watchlist It is always exciting to acquire pottery that has been photographically documented in the early 20th century along with the potter. That is the situation here with this wonderful Zia olla. It was photographed around 1935 by Frasher of Pomono, California. We are including a copy of the photograph in this write-up. The jar is situated in the lower left corner of the photograph. Zia Pueblo…


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Guy Little Theatrical Photographs

This now famous image of the actress Ellen Terry (1847-1928) was taken by the photographer Juliet Margaret Cameron (1815-1879). Cameron (who became known for her photographic portraits of nineteenth century celebrities) had purchased a house in Freshwater Bay, in the Isle of Wight in circa 1860 and the original photograph was probably taken in 1864 when the newly married Terry visited the Isle of Wight, with her then husband the painter G.F.Watts.


Here for your perusal is a rare photograph of Ford's Theatre, Washington., D.C. It was created between 1860 and 1865 by Mathew Brady.The photograph illustrates location where Abraham Lincoln was shot in 1865, showing what the area looked like at the time of the assassination.

from Apartment Therapy

Suburbia Through The Photographer's Lens — American Style

An inspiration feed curated by Rob Simons that focuses on the intersection of photography, literature, film, music, architecture and design. Artists are properly credited, including a link to where the content was found. Questions?

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Interview: Underwater Photography Captures Dreamlike Moments Deep in the Ocean


See the Photographs That Captured the Icons of Jazz

See photographs from a new book of iconic images of jazz legends like Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie and Quincy Jones.