Edward Steichen: Alfred Stieglitz at "291". 1915.

Edward Steichen: Alfred Stieglitz at "291". 1915.

Georgia O'Keefe by Alfred Stieglitz, the avant-garde photographer and gallerist who later became her husband, created a series of more than 300 photographs of O’Keeffe during the course of his life.

Georgia O'Keefe by Alfred Stieglitz, the avant-garde photographer and gallerist who later became her husband, created a series of more than 300 photographs of O’Keeffe during the course of his life.

Edvard Grieg - Source: Benjamin R. Tucker papers, 1860s-1970s, bulk (1870s-1930s)

Edvard Grieg - Source: Benjamin R. Tucker papers, 1860s-1970s, bulk (1870s-1930s)

Ichigo Sugawara

Ichigo Sugawara

Salvador Dali and Gala - 1964

Salvador Dali and Gala - 1964

戦前~戦後のレトロ写真(@oldpicture1900)さん | Twitter

戦前~戦後のレトロ写真(@oldpicture1900)さん | Twitter

PAUL KLEE. Paul Klee was born in 1879 in Münchenbuchsee, not far from Bern, and died at the age of 60 in Switzerland due to severe scleroderma, which was diagnosed in 1936. From this time on, this connective tissue disease had followed him continuously and had strongly influenced his enjoyment of life, personal development and creative power in art work, before finally causing his death in 1940.

PAUL KLEE. Paul Klee was born in 1879 in Münchenbuchsee, not far from Bern, and died at the age of 60 in Switzerland due to severe scleroderma, which was diagnosed in 1936. From this time on, this connective tissue disease had followed him continuously and had strongly influenced his enjoyment of life, personal development and creative power in art work, before finally causing his death in 1940.

Yves Saint Laurent at Christian Dior’s funeral

Yves Saint Laurent at Christian Dior’s funeral

Never-before-seen photo . . . Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, unidentified date, unidentified photographer, Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center Chronicling Georgia O'Keeffe

Never-before-seen photo . . . Georgia O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz, unidentified date, unidentified photographer, Georgia O'Keeffe Research Center Chronicling Georgia O'Keeffe

National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work. Hamada became good friends with Bernard Leach and accompanied him to St Ives in 1920 to help establish his studio.

National Living Treasure of Japan, Shoji HAMADA (1894~1978), pottery artist, at work. Hamada became good friends with Bernard Leach and accompanied him to St Ives in 1920 to help establish his studio.

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