Alfred Stieglitz was born on January 1, 1864 in Hoboken, NJ. Pioneering American photographer who helped to establish photography as an accepted art form. Ran many famous New York art galleries in the early 20th century.
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Pioneering American Photographer who helped to establish photography as an accepted art form. Ran many famous New York art galleries in the early 20th century.
He was awarded the first-place prize by British magazine Amateur Photographer for "The Last Joke, Bellagio," which garnered him breakthrough notoriety.
His most famous photographs included "Winter-Fifth Avenue" from 1893, "The Terminal" from 1893, and "The Steerage" from 1907.
He was born in New Jersey to German-Jewish parents and studied mechanical engineering in Berlin. His second marriage was to the acclaimed Painter Georgia O'Keeffe.
His works were featured alongside Claude Monet's in a 1912 exhibition of modern art.