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Alfred Stieglitz

American,  Photographer
Total Quotes : 14
Artist May Am

I am not a painter, nor an artist. Therefore I can see straight, and that may be my undoing.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Vision Form Photographs

I have a vision of life, and I try to find equivalents for it in the form of photographs.

- Alfred Stieglitz

More Cruel Could

Beautiful dreams - if the world were more beautiful they would come true - But the world is relentless & cruel - people are - they must be, I suppose, or they could not live.

- Alfred Stieglitz

American Born I Was Born

I was born in Hoboken. I am an American. Photography is my passion. The search for Truth my obsession.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Everything Absolute Except

Everything is relative except relatives, and they are absolute.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Art Means Large

Before the people at large, and for that matter, the artists themselves, understand what photography really means, as I understand that term, it is essential for them to be taught the real meaning of art.

- Alfred Stieglitz

May Photographed Several

Several people feel I have photographed God. May be.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Love Picture Make

When I make a picture, I make love.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Art Goal Expression

The goal of art was the vital expression of self.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Light Photograph Wherever

Wherever there is light, one can photograph.

- Alfred Stieglitz

More Subtle Than

In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Ashamed Photographers

Photographers must learn not to be ashamed to have their photographs look like photographs.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Art Possibilities Other

The arts equally have distinct departments, and unless photography has its own possibilities of expression, separate from those of the other arts, it is merely a process, not an art.

- Alfred Stieglitz

Pictures Atmosphere Had

We had many books and pictures... my parents' way of life doubtless left a lasting impression on me. They created an atmosphere in which a certain kind of freedom could exist. This may well account for my seeking a related sense of liberty as I grew up.

- Alfred Stieglitz