Black & White Portrait Of a Baby Girl By Arthur L. Bundy, Early 1900s.
Black and White Portrait Of a Baby Girl, Photographed By Arthur L. Bundy 1876-1962, 722 Main St, Richmond, Indiana, Early 1900s.
Arthur L. Bundy Son Of John Elwood Bundy Who Was Head Of The Art Department at Earlham College Where He Taught Drawing and Painting. During That Time, a Book Of His Etchings, "Fond Recollections" Was Published and Reflected His Love Of The Scenery around Earlham. He Exhibited Widely across The United States Including The 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, The Pennsylvania Academy In 1904, The National Academy Of Design In 1911 and 1916, The Chicago Art Institute In 1903 and 1907-1914, The Hoosier Salon In 1925, and The 1902 Society Of Western Artists. His Primary Dealer Was J.W. Young Of Chicago. In 1929, Bundy, Who Was Getting Quite Frail, Moved To Harlingen, Texas With His Son, But Died In a Sanatorium In Cincinnati On January 17, 1933.
An Added Tidbit
Photographer, art dealer and publisher, Alfred Stieglitz is credited as one of the leaders of American modern photography in the early twentieth century. Revolutionary in his portrayal of still life and technical mastery of tone, Stieglitz called for photography’s acceptance as an art form, as well as introducing avant-garde European artists such as Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi and Francis Picabia to America’s art scene. Influenced by new developments in art, Stieglitz moved away from a more decorative, soft-edged ‘pictorialist’ style. His work The Steerage 1907, with its sharp focus and striking angles is often considered as a benchmark for the beginnings of modernist photography.
Item Code - VIS12E57A11REA
Width: 4 7/8" Height: 7 1/8" Depth: 1/8" Weight: 44 g
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