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Alan Sonfist
American Land Artist
The Environmental artist Alan Sonfist has explored issues of ecological deterioration, preservation, and what would later be understood as "climate change" via methods of the naturalist, historian, and urban planner.
October 14, 2021
Correggio
Italian Renaissance Painter
Movements and Styles: High Renaissance, The Baroque
Correggio, a preeminent Renaissance painter, created powerful pictorial drama that anticipated the emergence of the Baroque and Rococo styles.
October 9, 2021
Tania Bruguera
Cuban Artist and Political Activist
Cuban artist Tania Bruguera creates challenging performative works, as well as community outreach programs that are central to contemporary political art.
October 7, 2021
Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Bulgarian-American and French-Moroccan Sculptors, Photographers, and Conceptual Artists
Christo and Jeanne-Claude large-scale installations stand out as some of the greatest achievements in site-specific art.
September 26, 2021
Jacques Villon
French Painter, Illustrator, and Printmaker
Movements and Styles: Cubism, Salon Cubism, Synthetic Cubism
Jacques Villon excelled Belle Époque printmaking before advancing the rise of Cubism.
September 23, 2021
Antonio Canova
Italian Sculptor
Movements and Styles: Neoclassicism, Romanticism
Antonio Canova drew inspiration from Greek and Roman art to become the leading and iconic sculptors of Neoclassicism.
September 21, 2021
Public Art
Whether a statue in a town square or a rough guerrilla-style marking Public Art engages with audiences outside of galleries and museums.
September 18, 2021
Wilfredo Lam
Cuban Painter, Sculptor, and Printmaker
The Cuban artist Wilfredo Lam was a trailblazer who helped open up mid-century modern art to Black historical awareness+.
September 17, 2021
Christian Boltanski
French Sculptor, Photographer, Painter, and Film Maker
Boltanski focus on memory, the holocaust, mortality, and mourning made him a leader within the Conceptual Art and Post-Minimalism movements.
September 8, 2021
Fra Filippo Lippi
Italian Painter
Movements and Styles: Early Renaissance
Fra Filippo Lippi, one of the great masters of the Early Renaissance, combined traditions of devotional art and humanist influences.
September 6, 2021
Vito Acconci
American Artist and Architect
Vito Acconci boundary-pushing performances used powerful language, audience engagement, and sex and eroticism to create innovative viewing situations.
September 6, 2021
British Impressionism
The movement of Impressionism, which originated in France, was concerned with capturing the momentary impression made by a visual scene on the artist's eye. It took hold in Britain both through continental influences and independent lines of development, from J.M.W. Turner's expressive seascapes to the delicate night scenes of James Abbott McNeill Whistler. Whistler's work of the 1860s-80s had a profound impact on a younger generation of painters such as Walter Sickert and Philip Wilson Steer, who were involved in creating the defining networks and events of British Impressionism, including the New English Art Club and the London Impressionists exhibition, towards the end of the 1880s. Meanwhile, another group of Whistler's acolytes in Scotland, the Glasgow Boys, developed a distinctive Impressionist-influenced style equally indebted to the Naturalism of Jules Bastien-Lepage. While all this was happening, British artists were also developing vital and sustaining creative relationships with French contemporaries and masters, such as Sickert with Degas, which also fed into the evolution of British Impressionism.
September 5, 2021
Gala Dalí
Russian-Spanish Art Patron and Muse
Movements and Styles: Surrealism
A muse to no fewer than three of is key members - Paul Éluard, Max Ernst, and Salvador Dalí - Gala Dalí grew into an astute critic and uncompromising businesswoman.
August 24, 2021
Anton Raphael Mengs
German Painter
Movements and Styles: The Rococo, The Baroque, Neoclassicism
Mengs was regarded by many in his day as Europe's most important painter and he was a strong advocate of formal arts education and national art academies with many of his former pupils going on to achieve prominent positions in Academies of Europe.
August 23, 2021
Hieronymus Bosch Updated
Dutch Painter and Draughtsman
Bosch is the visionary painter most celebrated for his detail-drenched and narrative renditions.
August 23, 2021
American Realism
The birth of Realism in art is often given a specific time and place - France, 1840 - from whence it spread (and transformed) as a pan-European response to the age of industrialization. It remains, however, an open-ended concept that has taken on a uniquely national bent when applied to American art. What might be generally agreed is that Realism is a tendency whereby the artist in question has either subverted, or overlooked altogether, Academy (or typical orthodox) standards in pursuit of a more "authentic", or "relevant", figurative art. Realist art typically responds to contemporary events and situations, sometimes as a form of social commentary or documentation. Not so much a movement, then, American Realism is a tendency that has traveled the timeline of American history since its birth as an independent country. Indeed, through its various manifestations, Realism has become an important instrument in shaping America's self-identity as a nation.
August 8, 2021
Art for Art's Sake Updated
Definition of Art for Art's Sake idea and uses in the history of visual art.
July 30, 2021
Louis Aragon
French Poet and Writer
Louis Aragon was a French poet and writer for several revolutionary and avant-garde journals. He was involved with Dada in Paris before helping found Surrealism in 1924.
July 25, 2021
Richard Morris Hunt
American Architect
Movements and Styles: Beaux Arts Architecture, Gothic Revival
Richard Morris Hunt is widely credited with transforming American architectural design and became one of the most recognized architects in America.
July 14, 2021
LS Lowry
English Painter
Movements and Styles: Existentialism in Modern Art
Lowry is perhaps England's most instantly recognizable painter whose signature "matchstick men" go about their business within industrial backgrounds.
July 9, 2021
Peter Halley
American Abstract Artist
Movements and Styles: Post-Minimalism, Neo-Geo, Installation Art
Peter Halley is an abstract artist known for his geometric paintings with the use of intense day-glo colors.
June 29, 2021
Stéphane Mallarmé
French Poet and Art Critic
Stéphane Mallarmé is considered one of the greatest French poets of the later nineteenth century. He was also a champion of many of the avant-garde artists of the time, including the Impressionists and Post-Impressionists.
June 25, 2021
Albert C. Barnes
American Doctor and Art Collector, Educator, and Writer
The pharmacy mogul Albert Barnes was a philanthropic art collector who built the world famous Barnes Foundation of modern art.
June 24, 2021
Raoul Hausmann
Austrian Sculptor, Photographer, and Writer
Movements and Styles: Dada, Photomontage, Collage, Modern Photography
One of the founders of Berlin Dada, Hausmann is credited with formulating the technique of photomontage with his companion Hannah Höch.
June 21, 2021
Dorothy Dehner
American Painter and Sculptor
Dehner left an indelible mark on twentieth century American sculpture - her most famous pieces are totem-like structures that incorporate abstract symbols and place stress on contour over mass.
June 14, 2021
Keith Haring Updated
American Graffiti Artist, Sculptor, and Muralist
Haring brought elements of popular culture to museums and showed how seemingly simple and even cartoon elements of the self-taught may be appreciated.
June 14, 2021
Duane Hanson
American Sculptor
Movements and Styles: Pop Art, Photorealism, American Realism
Duane Hanson was an American artist and sculptor, who worked primarily in Photorealism, a Pop-influenced style. Best known for his uncanny, life-size depictions of solitary tourists, derelicts, and housewives, his work explores social issues and the complexities of American identity.
June 14, 2021
Andrea del Sarto
Florentine High Renaissance painter and draftsman
Movements and Styles: High Renaissance, Mannerism
Del Sarto was the most important Florentine painter of the early 16th century buyilding on Leonardo's sfumato technique by introducing a warmer and more vivid range of colours influencing the later Mannerist style.
May 30, 2021
Formalism Updated
Formalism is a critical and creative position which holds that an artwork's value lies in the relationships it establishes between different compositional elements such as color, line, and texture, which ought to be considered apart from all notions of subject-matter or context. Although the term primarily indicates a way of interpreting rather than making art, certain painters and sculptors, from Paul Cézanne to Jackson Pollock, have been associated with a Formalist approach. Originating in the mid-19th century, the ideas of formalism gained currency across the late nineteenth century with the rise of abstraction in painting, reaching new heights in the early 20th century with movements such as Cubism. During the mid-20th century, the North American critic Clement Greenberg defined a Formalist approach with unprecedented levels of detail and rigor. Since then, the term has been associated primarily with him, and with the artists he championed, such as the Abstract Expressionists.
May 26, 2021
Daniel Spoerri
Swiss Artist, Writer and Sculptor
Daniel Spoerri founded Nouveau Réalisme movement, and practiced an existentialist compulsion to directly appropriate reality.
May 18, 2021
Lucy Lippard
American Writer, Curator, and Activist
The art critic Lucy Lippard played a key role in the development of Conceptual Art and Feminist Art in the 1960s and 1970s.
May 10, 2021
Jean Metzinger
French Painter, writer, theorist, poet
The French painter Jean Metzinger was a member of the Section d'Or group of Salon Cubist artist and he co-wrote the first major treatise, Du Cubisme.
April 28, 2021
Harry Clarke
Irish Stained-Glass Artist and Book Illustrator
Clarke is one of Ireland's greatest modern artists producing legendary stained glass windows and book illustrations.
April 26, 2021
Leon Battista Alberti
Italian Architect, Artist, and Author
Movements and Styles: Early Renaissance
The architect and artist Alberti is considered the father of Early Renaissance art theory and the archetypal "universal man".
April 21, 2021
Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid
Russian Painters, Sculptors, and Conceptual Artists
Movements and Styles: Socialist Realism, Dada, Conceptual Art, Pop Art
The artist Komar and Melamid subverted the political and cultural systems of their native Soviet Union and later built their art upon their fascination with the vagaries of childhood memory.
April 7, 2021
Mercedes Matter
American Painter, Draughtswoman, and Writer
Movements and Styles: Abstract Expressionism
Mercedes Matter was an American painter and a leading figure in Abstract Expressionism, working alongside the de Koonings, Pollock, Guston, and Kline. She was also the founder of The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture.
March 28, 2021
Precisionism
Influenced by Cubism, American artists like Charles Sheeler and Charles Demuth used precise lines and abstracted planes to depict vernacular architecture and the industrial landscape.
March 25, 2021
Richard Artschwager
American Sculptor, Painter, and Draughtman
The idiosyncratic artist Richard Artschwager confounded art categories and he excelled in transforming the mundane into objects and images that became both familiar and alien.
March 19, 2021
Charles Gleyre
Swiss-French Painter
The French painter Charles Gleyre was famous for works based on classical parables, and as the teacher of the future Impressionists.
March 17, 2021
Hans Memling
Early Netherlandish Painter
Movements and Styles: Northern Renaissance
Flemish painter Hans Memling developed the realistic representation of human figures, architectural constructions, and landscapes.
March 9, 2021
St Ives School
The St Ives School included artists Barbara Hepworth, Naum Gabo, Ben Nicholson, and others, who led to great innovation in British modern painting, sculpture, and ceramics, among other art forms.
March 5, 2021
Kerry James Marshall
African-American Painter
Kerry James Marshall has spent his career as an artist working against marginalization, injecting Blackness into the grand narrative of art, seen through his symbolic, allegorical paintings.
March 4, 2021
Paul Eluard
French Poet
Movements and Styles: Dada, Surrealism
Paul Eluard was a French poet, and one of the original participants in the Surrealism movement, forming strong ties with the likes of Breton, Aragon and Ernst.
March 4, 2021
Avant-Garde Art
The phrase "avant-garde" was adapted to apply to the work of artists that worked on the social, political, and cultural revolutionary potential of much modern art.
March 4, 2021
Jules Bastien-Lepage
French Artist
Jules Bastien-Lepage - or the "painter of peasants" as he was sometime known - expanded the vocabulary of French modernism and naturalism to include rural landscape and portraiture.
February 20, 2021
Morris Graves
American Painter
Movements and Styles: Dada, Japonism
Graves is best known as an introspective and intensely spiritual artist who brought the influence of East Asian aesthetics and philosophy to American art.
February 7, 2021
Group of Seven
The Group of Seven, or The Algonquin School, was Canada's first internationally recognized art movement that focused on the beauty of the their country's landscape.
February 1, 2021
Rogier van der Weyden
Flemish Painter
Movements and Styles: Northern Renaissance
Rogier van der Weyden, important painter of Flemish Northern Renaissance, is celebrated for his ability to represent intense emotions.
January 23, 2021
Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann
French Furniture and Interior Designer
Movements and Styles: Art Deco
French designer Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann revolutionized fine furniture as an art form in and of itself leading the Art Deco movement.
January 17, 2021
The Academy of Art Updated
The Academy of Art was the name of institutions in Europe that usually promoted the historical methods of painting and sculpture.
January 17, 2021
Arthur Boyd
Australian Painter, Potter, and Printmaker
Boyd was one of Australia's most prolific modern artists who's works conveyed his deep concern for humanitarian matters and the natural environment.
January 16, 2021
The Ancients
The paintings and engravings of The Ancients are amongst the most powerful works of Romantic and naturalistic art produced in Britain during the 19th century.
January 13, 2021
Mark Tobey
American Painter
Movements and Styles: Abstract Expressionism, Art Informel
Tobey was a legendary wanderer of the Americas, Europe, and the Far East in pirsuit of a highly personalized conception of abstract painting.
January 3, 2021
Edmonia Lewis
African and Native American Sculptor
Movements and Styles: Neoclassicism
The African American Edmonia Lewis' sculptures powerfully depicted popular subject matter for 19th century American audiences.
December 24, 2020
Oscar Wilde
Irish Writer, Critic, Aesthete
Movements and Styles: Symbolism, Aesthetic Art
Oscar Wilde was a nineteenth-century Irish poet and playwright, one of the most influential and celebrated. Associated with the Aesthetic Movement, he connected to the visual arts of his time, especially via Whistler and Ruskin.
December 24, 2020
Kenny Scharf
American Painter and Street Artist
Kenny Scharf is an American graffiti artist who was an integral member of the 1980s East Village art scene. His colorful paintings depict pop culture figures and science fiction backdrops.
December 19, 2020
Jean-Antoine Houdon
French Sculptor
Movements and Styles: Neoclassicism, Naturalism
Houdon was the preeminent sculptor of the age of Enlightenment making portraits of greats like Voltaire and George Washington.
December 19, 2020
Albert Gleizes
French Painter, Educator, Activist, and Theorist
One of the founding fathers of Cubism, Gleizes was in equal parts artist, theoretician and philosopher.
December 12, 2020
Pieter de Hooch
Dutch Golden Age Painter
Movements and Styles: Dutch Golden Age
Dutch Golden Age painter Pieter de Hooch is renowned for interiors and courtyards featuring sophisticated spatial arrangements and virtuoso atmospheric lighting effects.
December 5, 2020
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
German Painter and Printmaker
Movements and Styles: German Expressionism, Die Brücke
The expressionist artist Karl Schmidt-Rottluff was one of the four founding members of the Die Brücke group, that rejected restrictive social and aesthetic conventions.
December 5, 2020
Félix Vallotton
Swiss/French Painter, Printmaker
Movements and Styles: Les Nabis, Realism, Symbolism
Félix Vallotton was a major figure of the French avant-garde group Les Nabis. Recognized for his interest in decorative aesthetics, Vallotton painted landscapes, still lifes, and portraits and was heralded for his inventive use of woodcut printing.
November 26, 2020
Banksy Updated
British Graffiti Artist, Political Activist, and Film Director
Movements and Styles: Street and Graffiti Art, British Art
Graffiti artist and prankster Banksy utilizes satire, subversion, dark humor to create resonant social, political, and humanist messages.
November 23, 2020
En Plein Air
Painting in the open air was started in the Renaissance, and reached its height by the Impressionists.
November 22, 2020
En Plein Air
Painting in the open air was started in the Renaissance, and reached its height by the Impressionists.
November 22, 2020
Roni Horn
American Sculptor and Photographer
Roni Horn is an American contemporary artist and writer who probes the concepts of art and identity.
November 20, 2020
Lorna Simpson
American Photographer, Video, and Installation Artist
The American photographer Lorna Simpson investigates the complex and convoluted permutations of stereotypes and tropes of American racism.
November 19, 2020
R. Buckminster Fuller
American Designer, Architect, Scientist, Mathematician, Inventor, and Author
Movements and Styles: Modern Architecture
Buckminster Fuller was an American architect, designer, inventor, and writer. He is best known for his designs of geodesic domes, such as the ones at Disney's Epcot Center and the Montreal Biosphere.
November 19, 2020
Alberto Burri
Italian Multi-media Artist
Movements and Styles: Art Informel, Body Art, Earth Art
Burri was a pre-eminent Italian painter and sculptor whose multi-layered canvasses focused on experimentation and process rather than personal experience.
November 9, 2020
Ambroise Vollard
French Author, Dealer, Publisher, and Collector
Ambroise Vollard was an important modernist dealer, collector, and arts patron who advanced Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Expressionism, influenced such artists as Cézanne, Renoir, Cézanne, Gauguin, and Picasso.
October 31, 2020
Betye Saar
African-American Assemblage Artist
The African-American assemblage artist Betye Saar makes works powerfully spanning the past, present, and future and exploring the black, female, and spiritual.
October 24, 2020
Henry Hobson Richardson
American Architect
Movements and Styles: Modern Architecture
Henry Hobson Richardson, of "Richardsonian Romanesque" architectural style, combined medieval-like exteriors with innovative modern elements.
October 17, 2020
Hilla Rebay
German Artist, Collector, Curator, and Museum Director
Movements and Styles: Dada, Expressionism, Orphism, Collage
The artist, curator, Guggenheim advisor, museum director, and collector Hilla Rebay advanced modern and abstract in the United States.
October 15, 2020
David Hare
American Sculptor, Photographer, and Painter
Movements and Styles: Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Collage
David Hare was an American sculptor known for his Surrealism and his connection to Abstract Expressionism.
October 15, 2020
William Merritt Chase
American Painter
The American painter William Merritt Chase brought Impressionism to America, disseminating its methods through his works and teachings.
October 11, 2020
The Hague School
The Hague School took its name from the coastal city where a group of Dutch artists painted powerful rural landscapes and scenes of coastal life.
September 21, 2020
Louise Bourgeois Updated
French-American Sculptor
Louise Bourgeois's often sexual and dark boldness of subject matter revolutionized feminist-inspired body art and the development of installation art.
September 18, 2020
Grand Manner Portraiture
The term Grand Manner refers to a style of portraiture that emerged in Britain during the 18th century and was popular for in the United States.
September 16, 2020
Gino Severini
Italian Painter, Mosaicist, Writer, and Set Designer
Movements and Styles: Futurism, Cubism, Interwar Classicism, Collage
Severini was one of the most progressive of all the twentieth-century Italian artists. An early and important figure within the Futurist movement, the Paris-based Severini produced unique works that, through their emphasis on urban Parisian scenes (rather than machines), broadened the thematic possibilities for the movement. Having exhausted his commitment to Futurism, and to the French avant-gardes' penchant for pictorial deconstruction, he shifted his interest to Neo-Classicism; a move that saw him aligned with the interwar "Return to Order" movement. His modernist credentials were tested somewhat through his associations with the Fascist leader Benito Mussolini's "Third Rome" project (the dream of establishing a New Roman Empire), for which he provided murals and mosaics for architectural structures inspired by imperial Rome. In later years, however, Severini was "reborn" through his new commitment to the Catholic faith which saw the artist produce religious mosaics so finely skilled they earned him the title: "Father of Modern Mosaics". Complementing his considerable achievements as a painter and mosaicist, Severini proved an accomplished polemicist, publishing theoretical essays and books on the art of painting throughout his long career.
August 29, 2020
George Maciunas
Lithuanian-American Curator, Performance Artist, Graphic Designer, and Musician
Movements and Styles: Fluxus, Neo-Dada, Conceptual Art, Performance Art
George Maciunas was a founding member of Fluxus, an international community of artists, architects, composers, and designers. He is most famous for organizing and performing happenings and for assembling a series of highly influential artists' multiples.
August 26, 2020
Jean-Michel Basquiat Updated
American Painter
Jean-Michel Basquiat emerged in New York as a gritty, street-smart graffiti artist crossing over from downtown origins to art gallery stardom.
August 24, 2020
Nell Blaine
American Artist
The American painter Nell Blaine is best known for her lyrical realism, blending figuration with abstraction's structural vocabulary and energy. A prominent artist in 1940s New York, she studied with Hans Hofmann and worked through a major disability through much of her career.
August 21, 2020
Isaac Levitan
Russian Painter
Isaac Levitan ushered in a golden age of Russian landscape painting with canvases charged with emotional and spiritual energy.
August 20, 2020
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler
German Art Dealer, Art Collector, and Art Historian
Movements and Styles: Cubism, Fauvism, Modernism and Modern Art
Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler was a German art dealer, gallery owner and champion of Cubism. Kahnweiler is credited as one of the first people to truly appreciate the early works of Picasso, Braque, Léger and the success of such artists was highly influenced by Kahnweiler's purchase and promotion of these works.
August 3, 2020
John Everett Millais
British Painter
John Millais Everett was an English painter and illustrator, and one of the founding members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Millais earned both acclaim and a reputation for scandal because of his realistic depiction of relious figures.
August 2, 2020
Jasper Johns Updated
American Painter, Scupltor, and Printmaker
Movements and Styles: Neo-Dada, Collage, Assemblage
Jasper Johns initiated a dialogue with the viewer and their cultural context through his artistic exploration of how people see the things around them.
July 27, 2020
Charles Baudelaire
French Poet, Art Critic, and Translator
Baudelaire was a highly influential poet and a key figure in the development of modern art.
July 21, 2020
Pussy Riot
Russian Artist Collective
Pussy Riot is an all-female Russian punk rock group, which was brought to international attention after the government arrested and imprisoned three of its members for protesting in an Orthodox cathedral. Pussy Riot's lyrics align with activist art; advocating for Feminism, LGBT rights, and opposing Russian President Vladimir Putin.
July 2, 2020
Louis Daguerre
French Photographic Pioneer, Physicist, Scenic Painter and Printmaker
Movements and Styles: Modern Photography
Louis Daguerre is one of the fathers of photography having invented the daguerreotype process in which a shorter exposure time is used to chemically develop a photographic image. This revolutionazed the medium and allowed many thousands of people to use personal cameras.
June 30, 2020
Yoshitomo Nara
Japanese Painter, sculptor, and illustrator
Exciting and unique, Yoshitomo Nara's children with piercing eyes have gained a cult following around the world. His works transform innocent images of wide-eyed characters and infuses them with horror and violence.
June 14, 2020
Impressionism Updated
The Impressionists painters, such as Monet, Renoir, and Degas, created a new way of painting by using loose, quick brushwork and light colors to show how thing appeared to the artists at a particular moment: an "impression" of what they were seeing and feeling.
June 11, 2020
Mikhail Larionov
Russian Painter, Writer, Illustrator and Set Designer
The groundbreaking work of Mikhail Larionov helped to revolutionize Russian art in the early 20th century.
June 2, 2020
Jeff Koons Updated
American Painter, Illustrator, Sculptor
Movements and Styles: Neo-Geo, Neo Pop Art, East Village Art
Jeff Koons is the anti-modernist, a shrewd, self-proclaimed crowd-pleaser and avid promoter of his own work.
June 1, 2020
Collage
Collage was first employed in fine art in the context of Cubism, and has since been enormously influential, impacting not only drawing and painting but also attitudes to sculpture.
May 31, 2020
Cassils
Canadian-American Performance Artist
The performance and body artist Cassils sculpts, trains, and transforms their body to explore various topics such as identity, power, and abuse.
May 28, 2020
Gertrude Stein
American Art Collector and Writer
Gertrude Stein was an American writer and supporter of the arts whose Paris salons were key sites for avant-garde art in the early twentieth century. She built one of the earliest collections of modern art, including works by Matisse, Picasso, Gris, and others.
May 18, 2020
Beaux Arts Architecture
Beaux Arts architecture was popularized in Paris in the nineteenth century. The style became popular worldwide, including in America, before Art Deco became the prevailing style.
May 9, 2020
Brutalism
Brutalism was a movement in modern architecture responsible for some of the most striking building designs of the twentieth century.
May 8, 2020
East Village Art
In 1980s East Village of New York City young artists, misfits, and rebels came together to create graffiti, collage, and DIY sculpture.
May 6, 2020
Matthew Barney
American Sculptor, Photographer, Film Director, and Performance Artist
Matthew Barney creates films based on performance and body art, most notably in his Drawing Restraint series and the five-film Cremaster Cycle.
May 4, 2020
Vivian Maier
American Street Photographer
Vivian Maier is often referred to as the Mary Poppins of Street Photography as she was working as a nanny while creating an large and imaginitive collection of photographs.
May 4, 2020