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1921: In praise of photographer Margrethe Mather (and Edward Weston)

1921: In praise of photographer Margrethe Mather (and Edward Weston)

| September 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

Edward Weston’s name is one we remember now. In 1921, though, when Larchmont Boulevard was aborning, Edward Weston and Margrethe Mather were tucked away in Weston’s simple (but successful) wooden portrait studio in Glendale. The two photographers had been collaborators since 1913, and would be until 1923.  The images they were making together in 1921 […]

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