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May 5, 2015

Fantastic Portrait Photography of Women Taken by Alice M. Boughton From the 1900s

Alice Boughton (1866 or 1867 – 1943) was an early 20th-century American photographer known for her photographs of many literary and theatrical figures of her time. She was a Fellow of Alfred Stieglitz’s Photo-Secession, a circle of highly creative and influential photographers whose artistic efforts succeeded in raising photography to a fine art form.

Below is a selection of some of her fantastic portrait photography.

Two Women Under A Tree, 1906

The Seasons, 1909

Danish Girl, ca. 1909

Three Young Ladies, ca. 1930

Dame Adeline Genée, 1914

Prunella Group, ca. 1914

Untitled - Harpist

Untitled (Head of a Woman with Tousled Hair), ca. 1905

Dawn, ca.1909

Untitled, ca. 1906

Ruth St. Denis, ca. 1900

Comforted, 1906

Sand and Wild Roses, 1909

Portrait of Yvette Guilbert

Portrait of Yvette Guilbert


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