- Gertrude Käsebier Des Moines, Iowa, USA, 1852 - New York, USA, 1934
- Series:Camera Work No. 1, January 1903
- Date:1899 / Printed circa 1903
- Technique:Photogravure on Japanese paper
- Dimensions:Image: 23,7 x 14,1 cm / Support: 30 x 21,5 cm
- Category: Photography
- Entry date:2005
- Register number:AD03958-003
Her goal “to bring out in each photograph the essential personality” of the subject made Käsebier one of the most respected portrait photographers of her time. Alfred Stieglitz acknowledged this recognition by including some of her photographs in his magazine Camera Notes, and in a number of editions of Camera Work. Käsebier was an active defender of women’s place in professional photography, and was a member of major photography groups such as the Linked Ring in Britain and Photo-Secession in the USA.
Concha Calvo Salanova
Michaels, Barbara.New York : Harry N. Abrams, 1992.
Modernism and the feminine voice : O'Keeffe and the women of the Stieglitz circle : [exhibition] / Kathleen Pyne.Pyne, Kathleen A. ( 1949-)Berkeley : University of California Press, 
Birmingham (Alabama) : Oxmor House, 1982.
Newhall, Beaumont ( 1908-1993)New York : The Museum of Modern Art, 
Homer, William Innes.Wilmington : Delaware Art Museum, 1979.