Blind1916 by Paul Strand

While he was in high school in New York City, Paul Strand studied photography with Lewis Hine, the social reformer and photographer. He also frequented Alfred Stieglitz's Little Galleries of the Photo-Secession—later known as "291" for its address on Fifth Avenue—where he quickly absorbed the lessons of modern European art through the work of Picasso, Brancusi, and Cézanne, among others.
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Imported from: metmuseum.org
Media: photography
Dimensions (h/w/d): 13 10 (33 25)
Location: Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York City