Erkunde Edward Weston, Truthahn und noch mehr!

1923, Imogen Cunningham: "The bodies in this sensuous image are those of the photographers Margrethe Mather and Edward Weston, who had been linked romantically and professionally several years before they posed for Cunningham. She documented the pair’s connectedness in this precisely framed composition of two bodies in responsive contact. A daring subject for any artist (let alone a young woman) in twenties America."

1923, Imogen Cunningham: "The bodies in this sensuous image are those of the photographers Margrethe Mather and Edward Weston, who had been linked romantically and professionally several years before they posed for Cunningham. She documented the pair’s connectedness in this precisely framed composition of two bodies in responsive contact. A daring subject for any artist (let alone a young woman) in twenties America."

Tuesday is now quote day! Here's one from Edward Weston, and his thoughts on composition. Not everyone agrees with this style, but at the end of the day, that's all this comes down to: style. #photography #inspiration

Tuesday is now quote day! Here's one from Edward Weston, and his thoughts on composition. Not everyone agrees with this style, but at the end of the day, that's all this comes down to: style. #photography #inspiration

Louise Lawler (Holzer, Nadin and Other Artists) 'Baby Blue'  1981 (Top left: Edward Weston photographs of his son Neil Weston)

Louise Lawler (Holzer, Nadin and Other Artists) 'Baby Blue' 1981 (Top left: Edward Weston photographs of his son Neil Weston)

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