Class 1: The Invention
1. Nièpce (French), “Cardinal d’Amboise,” photoetching, 1826
2. Nièpce, “View of Courtyard,” heliograph, 1826
3. Daguerre (French), “Boulevard du Temple, Paris,” daguerreotype, 1838
4. Daguerre, “The Artist’s Studio,” daguerreotype, 1838
5. Daguerre, “Palais Royal, Paris,” daguerreotype, 1839-1840
6. Fox Talbot (British), “Botanical Specimens,” photogenic drawing (photogram), 1839
7. Fox Talbot, “Window at Lacock Abbey,” calotype, 1835
8. Fox Talbot, “Notre-Dame, Paris,” calotype, 1843
9. Fox Talbot, “The Open Door,” calotype, 1843
10. Fox Talbot, “Laocoon,” negative print, calotype, c.1840
11. Bayard (French), “Self-Portrait as a Drowned Man,” direct paper positive, 1840
Class 2: The Early Years Part 1:
1. LeSecq (French), “Notre-Dame of Paris,” 1860
2. Baldus (French), “Panorama of the Cité, Paris,” 1864
3. LeSecq, “Place du Carrousel, Tuileries, Paris,” 1852
4. Baldus, “Place du Carrousel, Tuileries, Paris,” 1860
5. Baldus, “Landscape with the viaduct at Chantilly," 1855
6. Ducamp (French), “Colossus of Abu Simbel, Egypt,” 1850
6b. Charnay (French), "Madagascar," 1863
6c. Anonymous (American), "Ellen, Aged 22," c.1870
6d. Prince Bonaparte, (French), ""3 Women at Univ. Expo., Paris," 1889
6e. Augustus Washington (American), Untitled, 1855
6f. Uchida Kuichi (Japanese), Portrait of the Emperor (Meiji), 1873
7. Marville (French), “Rue Daubenton, Paris,” 1864
7b. Marville (French), “Rue de Rivoli,” 1870
8. Marville, “Tearing down the Avenue de l’Opéra, Paris,” c. 1865
9. Delmaet and Durandelle (French Studio), “Construction of the Opera, Paris,” 1865-1872
10. B.B. Turner (British), “Crystal Palace, Hyde Park,” 1851
Class 2: The Early Years Part 2:
11. LeGray (French), “Return of the Prince President, Place de la Concorde, Paris,” 1852
12. LeGray, “Seascape,” c. 1856
13. LeGray, “Camp at Chalons: Guard at Dawn,” 1858
14, Nadar (French), “4 aerial views of Paris,” 1858
15. Nadar, “Sewers of Paris,” 1861
16. Nadar, “Paris Catacombs,” 1861
17. Nadar, “Dumas père,” 1857
18. Mayer and Pierson (French Studio), “Countess de Castiglione,” 1856-60
18b. P.L. Pierson (French), " Countess de Castiglione as La Vengeance," 1865-1867
19. Disderi (Italian in France), “Carte-de-visite,” 1860
20. Bayard, “The Grocer, Paris,” 1843
21. Braun (French), “Rue de Rivoli, Paris,” c.1860
22. Braun, “The Pont Neuf, Paris,” c.1860
23. Nègre (French), “Fallen Horse, or Rubberneckers, Paris,” 1851
24. Nègre, “Chimney Sweeps, Paris,” 1852
Class 3: Photography as Art
1. Delacroix and Durieu (French), “Art Study,” 1853
2. Rejlander (Swedish, in England), “Two Ways of Life,” 1857
3. Rejlander, “Sleep,” 1860
4. Rejlander, “The Dream,” c. 1860
5. Dr. Diamond (British), “Portrait of Insane Woman,” 1850s
6. Robinson (British), “Fading Away,” 1858
7. Robinson, “The Lady of Shalott,” 1861
8. Robinson, from the series “Little Red Riding Hood,” 1858
8b. Robinson, "Wayside Gossip” 1883
9. Cameron (British, born India), “The Kiss of Peace (G. Watts),” 1867
10. Cameron, “Beatrice (May Prinsep),” 1870
11. Cameron, “The Death of Elaine,” from the King Arthur cycle, 1874
12. Lady Hawarden (British), “Untitled,” early 1860s
13. Lady Hawarden, “Untitled,” early 1860s
14. C. Sherman (American), "Untitled Film Still," 1975
15. G. Crewdson (American), "Untitled, NYT," 2004
16. Georgiana Berkeley (British), "Collage (Salon)," 1865
17. Georgiana Berkeley, "Collage (Turtle)," 1865
18. Jeff Wall, The Storyteller, 1986
19. Cindy Sherman, Untitled #85, 1981
20. Nan Goldin, Self-portrait with Brian, NYC, 1983
21. Gregory Crewdson, Untitled (from Twilight series), 2000-01
Class 4: Realism...
1. Adalbert Cuvelier (French), “Landscape,” 1853
2. Eugene Cuvelier (French), “Landscape,” early 1860s
3. Emerson (British, born Cuba), “Poling Marsh Hay,” 1886
4. Emerson, “During the Reed Harvest,” 1886
5. Emerson, “Haymaker with Rake,” 1886
6. Emerson, “Gathering Water Lilies,” 1886
7. Emerson, “Cantley Wherries waiting for turn of tide,” 1886
8. Stieglitz (American), “A Good Joke,” 1887
Class 5: Pictorialism
1. F. Evans (British), “Ely Cathedral: In Memory of the Normans,” c. 1900
2. F. Evans, “Wells Cathedral: Sea of Steps,” 1903
3. Nègre (French), “Chartres Cathedral,” 1856
4. Demachy (French), untitled, c. 1900
5. Kuehn (Austrian), untitled, c. 1905
5b. Kurokawa Suizan (Japanese), untitled, 1906
6. F.H. Day (American), “The Vigil,” 1899
7. F.H. Day, “Ethiopian Chief,” 1897
8. F.H. Day, “Self-Portrait as crucified Christ,” 1898
9. Stieglitz (American), “Paula, Berlin,” 1889
10. Stieglitz, “The Terminal, NYC,” 1893
11. Stieglitz, “Flatiron Building, NYC,” 1903
12. White (American), “Spring Triptych,” 1898
13. White, “Ring Toss,” c. 1900
14. Kasebier (American), “Blessed Art Thou Among Women,” 1900
15. Kasebier, “Portrait of Miss N.,” 1902
16. Steichen (American, living in Paris), “Rodin: The Thinker,” 1902
17. Steichen, “Flatiron Building: Evening,” 1905
Class 6: Stieglitz...and the Concept of Equivalence
1. Stieglitz, “The Steerage,” 1907
2. Stieglitz, “The Hand of Man, New York,” 1902
3. Stieglitz, “New York from the Shelton Hotel,” 1935
4. Stieglitz, “Georgia O’Keefe,” 1918 (portrait with art work)
5. Stieglitz, “Georgia O’Keefe,” 1919 (torso)
6. Stieglitz, “Georgia O’Keefe,” 1933 (Hands with wheel)
7. Stieglitz, “Apples and Gable, Lake George,” 1922
8. Stieglitz, “Equivalent,” 1931
9. M. White (American), “Ritual Branch,” 1958
10. Siskind (American), “Chicago,” 1948
10b. Roy DeCarava (American), Dancers, 1956
11. Sommer (American), “Max Ernst,” 1946
12. Laughlin (American), “Vision of Dead Desire,” 1954
13. Meatyard (American), Untitled, c. 1965
Class 7: American Modernism
1. Strand (American), “Lathe,” 1923
2. Strand, “Wall Street,” 1915
3. Strand, “White Fence,” 1916
4. Sheeler (American), “Bucks County Barn,” 1916
5. Sheeler, “River Rouge Plant: Power House,” 1927
6. Coburn (American, moved to England), “Octopus, New York,” 1912
7. Coburn, “Vortograph,” 1917
8. Brugière (American), “Light Abstraction,” 1928-1930
9. Steichen (American), “Pears and Apple,” 1919
10. Steichen, “Empire State Building, NYC,” 1932
Class 8: European Modernism Between the Wars
1. Rodchenko (Russian), “New Moscow Power Station,” 1930
2. Rodchenko, “At the Telephone,” 1930
3. Krull (German working in France), from “Métal,” 1927
4. Blossfeldt, Karl (German), “Nature Study,” 1900-1928
5. Sander (German), “Unemployed Man, Cologne,” 1928
6. Renger-Patzsch (German), “Semperium,” 1926
7. Renger-Patzsch, “Stairwell,” 1929
7a. Renger-Patzsch, "Glasses," 1925
7b. Tomatsu Shomei (Japanese), Beer Bottle after the A-Bomb Explosion, 1961
8. Moholy-Nagy (Hungarian, in Germany), “Berlin,” 1928
9. Moholy-Nagy, “Lucia Moholy,” 1926
10. Bellmer (German), “Poupée,” 1936
11. Moholy-Nagy, “Photogram,” 1923
12. Moholy-Nagy, “Jealousy,” 1927
13. Heartfield (German), “Hurrah, the butter is finished,” 1935
13b. Romare Bearden (American), The Block II, 1972
14. Hoch (German), “The Tamer,” 1930
15. Cahun (French), Untitled, from Aveux non avenus, 1929-1930
15a. Claude Cahun (French), Self-Portrait, 1921
15b. Rodchenko, "Crisis," Photomontage from the Cycle Against the War, 1923
15c. El Lissitsky (Russian), "Industrial Socialism," Moscow, 1935
15d. El Lissitsky (Russian), "Industrial Socialism," Moscow, 1935
15e. Hannah Hoch (German), "Abduction" from The Ethnographic Museum, 1925
16. Man Ray (American, living in Paris), “Dora Maar,” 1936
17. Man Ray, “Rayogram,” 1923
18. Hosoe Eikoh (Japanese), Ordeal by Roses #32, 1961
19. Moriyama Daido (Japanese), Stray Dog, 1971
20. Klutsis (Russian),"Electrification," silver print, 1920
21. Klutsis, "Great Projects," lithograph, 1930
21b. Kulagina, "Cover for Krasnaia Niva (Red Field)," no. 12, 1930
22. Kruger (American), "Gaze," 1981
23. Kruger, "Surveillance," 1985
Class 9: Weston, Mortenson and Photographic Purism
1. Modotti (Italian, working in Mexico), “Worker’s Hands,” 1926
2. Alvarez Bravo (Mexican), “Good Reputation Sleeping,” 1936
3. Weston (American), “Excusado,” 1925
4. Weston, “Nude,” 1925
5. Brandt (English, born in Germany), “Nude,” 1953
6. Weston, “Chambered Nautilus,” 1929
7. Weston, “Pepper #30,” 1930
8. Cunningham (American), “Magnolia Blossom,” 1925
9. Weston, “Eroded Rock,” 1930
10. Weston, “Dune,” 1936
11. Weston, “Nude Floating,” 1939
12. Weston, “Gold Circle Mine, Death Valley,” 1939
13. Weston, “Point Lobos,” 1946
14. Weston, “Surf, Pt. Lobos,” 1945
15. Mortenson (American), “L’Amour,” 1936
Class 10: The Decisive Moment, and the Snapshot Aesthetic
1. Lartigue (French), “Simone,” 1901
2. Kertesz (Hungarian, living in Paris and NY), “Satiric Dancer,” 1926
3. Kertesz, “Meudon,” 1928
4. Brassai (Rumanian, living in Paris), “Mme. Bijoux,” 1932
5. Brassai, “Streetwalker,” 1932
6. Cartier-Bresson (French), “Spain,” 1933
7. Cartier-Bresson, “Paris,” 1932
8. Cartier-Bresson, “India,” 1948
9. Frank (German/Swiss, naturalized American), “Political Rally, Chicago,” 1955
10. Frank, “Movie Premiere,” 1955
11. Frank, “Trolley, New Orleans,” 1955
12. Winogrand (American), untitled from The Animals, 1969
13. Winogrand, untitled from Women are Beautiful, 1975
14. Meyerowitz (American), “New York City,” c. 1975
Class 11: Landscape: Natural, Social...
1. A. Adams (American), “Moonrise over Hernandez, N.M.,” 1944
2. A. Adams, “Sierra Nevada,” 1934
3. R. Adams (American), “Oregon,” c. 1978
4. R. Adams, “California,” c. 1978
5. W. Evans (American), “Bethlehem, Pa.," 1935
6. W. Evans, “W. Va. Coal Miner’s House,” c. 1936
7. W. Evans, “Roadside Shop, La.,” 1936
8. Morris (American), Untitled, 1930s
9. Callahan (American), “Chicago,” 1949
10. Callahan, “Trees in Winter,” 1950
11. Callahan, “Eleanor and Barbara, Chicago,” 1953
12. Metzker (American), “Juniper Street,” 1966
13. Friedlander (American), Untitled, 1965
14. Ruscha (American), untitled from 26 Gasoline Stations,1962
Class 12: ... and Virtual: Postmodernism and the Digital Age
Since these works will probably not be on the Final Exam, they have not been posted.