Frieda Riess–simply known as "Die Riess" in the 1920s–was named a "modern Circe" by Fritz von Unruh. Her portraits prompted many powerfully eloquent musing, poetic inventions and fundamental reflections on the medium of photography. She sparked the idea–i
- Editor: Elisabeth Moortgat, Marion Beckers
- ISBN: 978 3 8030 3326 0
- Size: 23,5 x 28,5 cm. Hardcover
- Edition: 1. Edition
Although the reception of Riess’ work was widespread and predominantly euphoric in the 1920s, and her style of portraiture was widely praised among adherents of the classical portrait–with the exception of very little, her person and oeuvre have disappear
Illustrations 225 Illustrations in Duoton Edition 1. Edition Release 2008 Size 23,5 x 28,5 cm. Hardcover Editor Elisabeth Moortgat, Marion Beckers ISBN 978 3 8030 3326 0 Number of pages 256 Languages deutsch, englisch
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