Vintage Gallery: The Pictorialist Work of Rudolf Dührkoop

From amateur to internationally exhibited photographer: Rudolf Dührkoop’s trajectory was aligned to the Pictorialist credo of artistic effort. The movement aimed to make photography more valuable through the practice of complex techniques. Dührkoop himself studied photogravure, which made some of his prints more tonal and charcoal-like.

1 Circa 1908 2 Portrait of playwright Ludwig Fulda 3 1915 4 1908 5 1912 6 Portrait of painter Max Liebermann, 1906 7 Gertrude and Ursula Falke, 1906. Archivist: Preus Museum. Images and information from Preus Museum on Flickr: Commons.

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