Yours Truly: Privately Collected Photographs on View at Carnegie Museum of Art

  • February 11, 2013 23:29

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Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton, British, 1904–1980; Baba Beaton, Wanda Baille-Hamilton, Lady Bridget Poulett, c. 1920, gelatin silver print; Promised gift of William T. Hillman
Carnegie Museum of Art

A timely exhibition for Valentine's Day, Yours Truly: Privately Collected Photographs, on view at Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Art, through March 10, 2013, presents more than 60 sensual, romantic, and love-themed works by some of the most outstanding photographers of the 20th century.

Vintage black-and-white images reveal special moments captured by these masters of the medium of photography, including Brassaï, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Robert Frank, Weegee, Garry Winogrand, and others.

Julia Margaret Cameron, British, b. India, 1815–1879; Cupid Escaped from His Mother, Daisy Taylor, 1873, albumen print; Promised gift of William T. Hillman
Carnegie Museum of Art

Linda Benedict-Jones, the museum’s curator of photography, noted, “Yours Truly takes us back to another time. Some of the works are iconic and will be immediately recognizable to our visitors. Others are virtually unknown yet breathtaking in their intensely romantic aura.”


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