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  • n. Plural form of pictorialist.


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  • White, a co-founder in 1902 with Alfred Stieglitz of the Photo-Secession, a select group of pictorialists committed to establishing photography as a fine art form.

    Doris May Ulmann.

  • On the other hand, the data-structure theory (to which quasi-pictorialists retreat when literal pictorialism is challenged) is really just a version of Pylyshyn's own description theory, and, properly understood, has none of the special intuitive, explanatory, or predictive advantages that picture theorists claim for their views.

    His Name Was Do Re Mi

  • A restatement of the propositional/descriptional account of imagery that squarely confronts the empirical arguments brought by pictorialists.

    His Name Was Do Re Mi

  • For example, pictorialists in the imagery debate found the modern sense-datum theory in philosophy quite close to their point of view.


  • I love the Victorian pictorialists they're currently wending their way into my work, and Berenice Abbott's sublime, and good cinematography as well.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Two prerequisites to membership in the Guild are ability in keeping with the highest standards and _productiveness_, as a consequence of which it has only six members, who may be said to comprise the representative pictorialists of the State.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1920

  • Both these States have an untold wealth of pictorial material and many keen pictorialists.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1920

  • In another volume we hope to present the work of foreign pictorialists.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1920

  • “Pictorial Photography in America,” which comprises the work of important pictorialists in this country, whether or not members of the Association.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1920

  • England, New Jersey and Connecticut photographers, and among the immediate activities of the Association will be the holding in New York of exhibitions of the work of members of the Pacific Coast and other places, so that there may be established a fuller understanding of the points of view among the various pictorialists throughout the country.

    Pictorial Photography in America 1920


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