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Photographer Henry Wessel Died Sept. 20th from Lung Cancer

Photographer Henry Wessel died on September 20th at his home in Point Richmond, CA. He had been suffering from lung cancer.

Born in 1942, Wessel's contributions to and accomplishments in…

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Featured Exhibit

Bodies of Light: Fine Art Photographs of 20th-Century Female Nudes

The female body had long been used for artistic inspiration. From classic Greek sculpture to photography, artists have explored sensuality.

The photographers represented in this nude photography portfolio range from…

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Collecting Resources

The Care and Handling of Fine Art Photographs

Because photographs can easily be damaged, taking precautionary measures is the best defense in protecting their value. This article is designed to help you understand the basic care and…

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