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Dorothea Lange: The Great Depression - 100+ Photographic Reproductions [Kindle Edition]

Daniel Ankele , Denise Ankele , Dorothea Lange

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    Book Description

    DOROTHEA LANGE: THE GREAT DEPRESSION contains 100+ Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration Photographic Reproductions of migrant workers, displaced farm families and sharecroppers with captioned titles,date and mini-biography.

    BORN: May 26, 1895 in Hoboken, New Jersey.
    DIED: October 11, 1965 in San Francisco, California.

    MEDIUM: American Social Realist Photography


    § Lange studied photography under Clarence H. White at Columbia University in New York City. She also apprenticed under several New York photographers, including famed Arnold Genthe.
    § In 1919, she moved to San Francisco and opened a successful portrait studio that earned her a living for over ten years.
    § In the early 1930s, Lange turned her attention to the plight of those dispossessed by the Great Depression.
    § From 1935-39, Lange worked for the Resettlement Administration and the Farm Security Administration documenting displaced farm families, sharecroppers and migrant workers.
    § Lange’s picture titled “Migrant Mother,” became the most iconic photograph of the Great Depression.

    Migrant Mother, Farm Woman Stockton California, Once a Missouri Farmer, White Angel Breadline.

    Product Details

    • File Size: 6815 KB
    • Publisher: Ankele Publishing, LLC (January 25, 2012)
    • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B0071X6IZ0
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Lending: Enabled
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #316,161 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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    More About the Author

    Welcome to the author page of Daniel and Denise Ankele. We publish art, genre and Christian books! Most of our books contain a biography or interesting facts page about the artist. We love art history, primarily from the visual perspective. Our goal is to visually present as much of an artist's work in one book as possible. We digitally restore many of the images we include in a book, while maintaining the integrity of the artwork. Please think of our books as a "coffee table book" for the Kindle; or whichever device you are viewing it on. Enjoy!

    We are a husband and wife team who love to work and spend time together. Whether photographing landscapes and wildlife or designing an art project, our collaborations are the most rewarding. We met in college and both graduated with a BA in photography. I am the extrovert, while Denise is the introvert, it's a near perfect match! (nobody's perfect). Our travels together have covered over 2/3 of the United States and we are blessed to live on the California Central Coast.

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