DAC Collection Artist Information
Alvin Langdon Coburn
British and American photographer, born United States
Brief biography, in most instances from the Union List of Artist Names® Online:
Born in Boston in 1882, Coburn emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1912 and became a naturalized British citizen in 1932. Coburn was a founding member of the Photo Secession, New York City, in 1902, and of the Pictorial Photographers of America in 1916. Coburn was associated with the Linked Ring in 1903, and the Royal Photographic Society in the United Kingdom. He died in Wales in 1966.
Artist ID number in the Union List of Artist Names®: ULAN 500010929.
The ULAN link above leads to a cataloging authority record at the Getty Research Institute.
Objects related to Alvin Langdon Coburn:
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||From Westminster Bridge, London, ca. 1906-1910||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Trafalger Square, London, ca. 1906-1910||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Paddington Canal, London, ca. 1906-1910||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Andrew Lang, St. Andrews, August 27th, 1904, 1904||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Frank Brangwyn, Hammersmith, September 8, 1904, 1904||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Portrait of George Bernard Shaw, 1908||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||The Duck Pond, 1908||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||The Road to Algeciras, Spain, 1908||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||El Toro, 1908||Photogravure|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Rodin, 1908||Photogravure on Japanese paper on original wove paper mount|
|Alvin Langdon Coburn||Portrait of Robert Briggs, 1908||Photogravure|
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