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Here's a list of links that I have found related to the Photo-Secession and Alfred Stieglitz.  If you find others, please let me know, by submitting them. 

Modernist Conversations: The Photo-Secession

Alfred Stieglitz on the WWW

Photography As Art

A History Of Photography
By Robert Leggat.

Poetic Conversations: The Photo-Secession.  Alfred Stieglitz and the Photo-Secessionists.

Victoria & Albert Museum
American Photography

Northern Light Gallery.
History Of Photography

Artcom Museum Tour:
Decordova Museum & Sculpture

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Early History Of  Photography
Steven B. Jackson - Instructor
Dept. Of Media & Theatre Arts
Montana State University - Bozeman

Towards the end of the century there was a growing dissatisfaction with the photographic establishment in England and in America. In England this led to a mass of resignations from the Photographic Society, and the formation of a group known as the Linked Ring, whilst in America, in 1902, an avant-garde group of photographers, led by Stieglitz, also sought to break away from the orthodox approach to photography, and from what they considered was the stale work of fellow- photographers.


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Professor William Innes Homer

I also maintain a personal web site for my other fields of study and my biography.  If you'd like to visit my visit my personal web site, click here.

Some links to some of my books on Amazon.com.

Alfred Steiglitz and the Photo-Secession
William Innes Homer / Published 1983

Thomas Eakins : His Life and Art
William Innes Homer / Hardcover / Published 1992

Albert Pinkham Ryder : Painter of Dreams
William Innes Homer, Lloyd Goodrich / Hardcover / Published 1989
(Publisher Out Of Stock)

Alfred Stieglitz and the American Avant-garde
William Innes Homer

Robert Henri and His Circle
William Innes Homer

Seurat and the Science of Painting William Innes Homer / Published 1978  



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