(December 9,1901- April 17,1988) Carlotta Corpron is a photographer from Texas whose work has been called “light-poetry.” Using the ideas of reflection, distortion, light and shade, cut paper shapes, and solarization, her work is distinctly unique. The inclusion of Corpron’s photographs in the San Francisco Museum of Art’s exhibition Women of Photography: An Historical Survey in 1975, followed by many other solo exhibitions and group shows sparked a revival in her work.

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3 x 3 5/8, Gelatin Silver Print Vintage, 1940 Signed Lower Right Recto