Photography

(1920 - 1990)

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Photography

 

Fine-art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as artist, using photography as a medium for creative expression. The goal of fine-art photography is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion. This stands in contrast to representational photography, such as photojournalism, which provides a documentary visual account of specific subjects and events, literally representing objective reality rather than the subjective intent of the photographer; and commercial photography, the primary focus of which is to advertise products, or services.

Artworks in this theme

After the bath (1931)

László Moholy-Nagy

Cleaning (1934)

Imre Kinszki

Football player (Vintage Photomontage) (1915)

István Kerny

Beach (1930)

Károly Escher

Erich Mendelsohn at work (1928)

Zoltán Kluger

Truth about Katyn (1945)

György Hegyi

related artists

Imre Kinszki

(1901 - 1945)

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Zoltán Kluger

(1896-1977)

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István Kerny

(1879-1963)

see artist page

Ernő Vadas

(1899 - 1962)

see artist page

Károly Escher

(1890 -1966)

see artist page

István Szendrő

((1908-2000))

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Rudolf Balogh

(1879 - 1944)

see artist page

Angelo (Funk Pál)

(1894 - 1974)

see artist page