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The pictorialist sensibility

According to The Art of the Photogravure, pictorialist photographs are “characterized by painterly techniques involving soft focus lenses and heavily manipulated printing processes.” As such, the pictorialist movement (also known in America as the Photo-Secession) lasted only a generation; it was already fading in relevance at the time these images were made. 110 more words


Americans are sick and tired of political gamesmanship. – Henry Waxman http://dlvr.it/KkMxGW


Abortion Witch Hunt


LAST month, Representative Marsha Blackburn, Republican of Tennessee, in her capacity as chairwoman of the newly created House Select Investigative Panel on Infant Lives, issued subpoenas to three organizations: StemExpress, a company that supplies biological specimens for research; the University of New Mexico, where scientists conduct medical research using fetal tissue; and Southwestern Women’s Options, an abortion clinic in Albuquerque. 775 more words

Blame the Media for the Violence Choking Our Society? For Sure!

Now it’s a theater in Louisiana! Fewer and fewer days pass between headlines reporting another wanton act of violence. The fuel for these incidents is no mystery. 631 more words

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