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Alfred Stieglitz was the photographer who led the movement for acceptance of photography as art.
His several New York studios were the venues for introduction of the works not only of such photographers as Paul Strand, Lewis Hine, and Edward Steichen, but also for introduction of the works of such avant garde artists as the American Georgia O'Keefe and the Europeans Rodin and Matisse.
Among his own works are many examples in the spirit and image of what came to be recognized as traditional street photography.
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