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William B. Post (1857-1921)

“Barn in Snow”. Platinum print via artnet. In 1898, William B. Post gave up his seat on the New York Stock Exchange and moved to rural Maine to photograph the natural world. Influenced by Japanese aesthetics, he explored alternate compositions and understated imagery. A Fellow of the Photo-Secession, Post was instrumental in establishing photography as an art form. The catalogue, “The Quiet Landscapes of William B. Post”.

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