Camera Work: A Photographic Quarterly — 1913 (Heft 44)

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CL ARE you interested in the deeper meaning of Photography?
CL ARE you interested in the evolution of Photography as a medium of expression?
C ARE you interested in the meaning of “Modem Art”?
CL ARE you interested in the Development and Exposition of a living Idea?
CL ARE you interested in Freedom of Thought and Freedom in Expression?
CL If you are interested in any of these, you will surely be interested in the Numbers of
Camera Work so far published. Thus far forty-one Regular Numbers and three
Special Numbers have been issued.
CL They contain reproductions, unique in respect of presentation, quality, and interpre-
tation, of the work of Annan, Brigman, Cobum, Mrs. Cameron, Davison, De Meyer,
Demachy, Eugene, Evans, Herbert G. French, Haviland, Henneberg, Hill, Hofmeisters,
Kasebier, Keiley, Kuehn, Puyo, Le Begue, Seeley, Mrs. Sears, Stieglitz, Steichen, White,
Watzek, etc., etc.
Also reproductions ot the work of Rodin, DeZayas, Matisse, Picasso, Gordon Craig,
Marin, Manolo, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Picabia, etc., etc.
CL The text contains original articles by:
Maeterlinck, Shaw, De Casseres, Van Noppen, Steichen, Max Weber, Gertrude
Stein, Temple Scott, Sadakichi Hartmann, Joseph T. Keiley, Dallett Fuguet, DeZayas,
Mabel Dodge, Gabriele Buffet (Mme. Picabia), Maurice Aisen, Oscar Bluemner,
John Weichsel, W. D. Me Coll, J. B. Kerfoot, Mrs. Wm. Sharp, Charles H. Caffin.
CL Camera Work is published for those who know or want to know.
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