E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong’s hands , 1925-26

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1926 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1926 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1925-26 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1925-26 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1925 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1925 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

E.O. Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1925 © E.O. Hoppé Corbis

je l’ai ai achetées donc je les marque puisque personne n’est capable , sauf les bons !!! de citer ses sources; je découvre des sites comme je ne le citerai pas, ( pas de pub pour lui) où mon blog en entier y est!!! Des magazines comme juxtapoz sinon, et ne parlons de the redlist là c’est le bouquet !!!!!

Cela en est assez des personnes qui se servent, qui ne se demandent pas si l’on paie pour avoir ces photos, si on achète des livres, si on redimensionne les photographies, si on les nettoie.

Le self service gratuit. Je dis Non.

Underwood & Underwood

Underwood & Underwood -active Ottawa, Canada and New York 1880s – 1940s, Photographer (Photography, Stereoscopic, Photojournalism),  Publisher. The Underwood brothers, Elmer (1859-1947) and Bert (1862-1943) began the company by selling stereoscopes door to door.TThe company originally sold stereoscopic , as well as home stereoscope kits. The company grew rapidly, eventually moving to New York (1887), producing its own photographs (1891). By 1901, they were selling 300,000 stereoscopes a year and producing more than 25,000 cards a day. The company established branches in Baltimore, London, and Canada, and relocated their headquarters to New York City in 1891. They providing photographs to newspapers (1896), and establishing a wire-service-like sales agency (1904). They sold their back catalogue and rights to the Keystone View Company (which was subsequently acquired by Mast Industries in the 1970s.) in 1920 and unincorporated in the early 1940’s.

Underwood and Underwood dominated the news-photography industry until 1920

An army of freelance news photographers was fielded and newspaper and magazine publishers seeking to break away from traditional line drawings and wood cut illustrations clamored for Underwood and Underwood prolific output.

Around 1904 they set up a sales agency that would virtually dominate the news photo field for the next 30 years.  For exemple they were activs in the Moffett Studio ( partnership between Evan Albert Evans and camera artist George Moffett in 1905). In the latter 1910s, Moffett turned over the theatrical photography to camera artist Paul R. Stone who, though he was not granted credit on images, was allowed to voice expert opinions under his own name in the press. Stone handled the celebrity shoots until Evan Evans turned over direction of the studio to a management team appointed by Underwood and Underwood in mid-1920s. At that juncture he joined Raymor Studios in Chicago, a gallery that ran a diversified business in the city. Rebranded the Paul R. Stone-Raymor Studios they remained an active business from the 1920s through the 1940s. However, the arrest by the F.B.I. of studio employee Earnest D. Wallis for possession of photographs of classified plans for the A bomb in 1947 fatally damaged the studio’s reputation. In the 1940s, Underwood & Underwood sold Moffett Studio to the partnership of Robert T. McKearnan and Jack Russell.

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Of course, those are not the Stereoscopes interest in their work,  although that is what retains them. Rather, it is the second phase of their development which I like. Beautiful portraits , including the greatest artists of the time. They published mainly in magazines, (I put an example of what they could be asked to produce. ) , Which restricts the possibility of finding proof silver gelatin prints . No Nudes this time , but still the favorites subjects : Actresses years 1910-20s , dance, and the improbable event testimony. The next time i will propose  fashion photos and other artists)

( But i really like this album ( Publisher) ,   » Is Marriage a Failure? »

Underwood & Underwood and the actress Theda Bara

[More about their collaboration HERE]

Underwood and Underwood- Theda Bara, from the book Amillion and one Nights, a history of the motion Picture by Terry Ramsaye . Ed° Routlege, 2012

Underwood and Underwood- Theda Bara, from the book Amillion and one Nights, a history of the motion Picture by Terry Ramsaye . Ed° Routlege, 2012

Underwood & Underwood- Portrait of Theda Bara , Autographed © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood- Portrait of Theda Bara , Autographed , 1915 © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood - Theda Bara, as the vampire , in A Fool There Was directed by Frank Powell, 1915 variante

Underwood & Underwood – Theda Bara, as the vampire , in A Fool There Was directed by Frank Powell, 1915 variante

Underwood & Underwood-Theda Bara, 1916

Underwood & Underwood-Theda Bara, 1916

Underwood & Underwood-Theda Bara, 1916, [Direction William Fox], New York publicity For newspaper and magazines ( courtesy UCLA arts library)

Underwood & Underwood-Theda Bara, 1916, [Direction William Fox], New York publicity For newspaper and magazines ( courtesy UCLA arts library)

 

 

Theda Bara by Underwood & Underwood Studios, N.Y.1915

 

 

Underwood & Underwood- Theda Bara, 1915

Underwood & Underwood- Theda Bara, 1915

Underwood & Underwood- Theda Bara, 1915

Underwood & Underwood- Theda Bara, 1915

another one chicago tribune.1917

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Underwood & Underwood and Performer,  Personality, Dancer, Painter, Actress, Still Life

 

The actress Virginia Pearson,posing for a risque shot. by Underwood & Underwood studio, 1926

Nude Study of Billie Dove, Motion Picture Star Ziegfeld. Photo by © Underwood & Underwood

Nude Study by © Underwood & Underwood, around 1915-1920

Underwood & Underwood-Isadora Duncan Performing on Beach, 1910s © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood-Isadora Duncan Performing on Beach, 1910s © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Agnes Boone, left,dancing with her sister, Honorita in New York City, March 16, 1927 Photo by Underwood & Underwood

Underwood & Underwood Anna may wong in Chicago1925

Underwood & Underwood Anna may wong in Chicago1925

Billie Dove Posing Nude around 1920 Photo by Underwood & Underwood

ca. 1910, USA --- Two women in swimwear enjoy a tandem bike ride down the beach with parasols in hand. --- Image by © Underwood & Underwood/Underwood & Underwood/Corbis

ca. 1910, USA — Two women in swimwear enjoy a tandem bike ride down the beach with parasols in hand. — Image by © Underwood & Underwood/Underwood & Underwood/Corbis

Mae West Starring in The Heat’s On1943 Photo by Underwood & Underwood

Underwood & Underwood-Miss Helen Mead of Washington Wearing Diving Cap Resembling a Rooster at the Lake Placid Swimming Club.© Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood-Miss Helen Mead of Washington Wearing Diving Cap Resembling a Rooster at the Lake Placid Swimming Club.© Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood-Mary Philbin on Chick-Drawn Cart Original caption by Rather Novel, nd © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis.

Underwood & Underwood-Mary Philbin on Chick-Drawn Cart Original caption by Rather Novel, nd © Underwood & Underwood- Corbis.

Underwood & Underwood- Miss Sonja Henie (Olympic Games champion)1928 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Underwood & Underwood- Miss Sonja Henie (Olympic Games champion)1928 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Underwood & Underwood- Virginia Pearson 1920s. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Virginia Pearson 1920s. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Portrait of Valeska Suratt, 1920s. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Portrait of Valeska Suratt, 1920s. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Dorothy Bernard (1890-1955) in 1920s Egypt. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Dorothy Bernard (1890-1955) in 1920s Egypt. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Dorothy Bernard (1890-1955) in 1920s Egypt. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood- Dorothy Bernard (1890-1955) in 1920s Egypt. Gelatin silver print (Coll Roger Corbeau)

Underwood & Underwood-lore Revalles( russian Dancer) studies the motion of snakes to gain ideas for her new serpent dance, vening public ledger., October 05, 1916

Underwood & Underwood-lore Revalles( russian Dancer) studies the motion of snakes to gain ideas for her new serpent dance, vening public ledger., October 05, 1916 Found Here

Underwood & Underwood- The dancer Flore Revalles with a snake, 1916

Underwood & Underwood- The dancer Flore Revalles with a snake, 1916

Underwood & Underwood- Miss Eleanor Link, 16 year, Wrestling an Alligator © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Underwood & Underwood- Miss Eleanor Link, 16 year, Wrestling an Alligator © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Underwood & Underwood-Dorothy Newell Wearing a Suffrage Slogan, 1900-1910s© Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood & Underwood-Dorothy Newell Wearing a Suffrage Slogan, 1900-1910s© Underwood & Underwood- Corbis

Underwood and Underwood Studios- Edith de Lis – American Opera singer.

Underwood and Underwood Studios.Photograph of unidentified dancer

Underwood & Underwood - Nina Foch

Underwood & Underwood – Nina Foch, nd

Underwood & Underwood- The Performer Lilyan Tashman, Washington DC, c.1923.

Underwood & Underwood- The Performer Lilyan Tashman, Washington DC, c.1923.

Underwood & Underwood-Margaret Horton, Dr. Waite’s Plaza companion, Mystery Woman in Peck poison case, 1916

Underwood & Underwood-Gabrielle Coco Chanel in suit and beret, 1931 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis.

Underwood & Underwood-Gabrielle Coco Chanel in suit and beret, 1931 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis.

Underwood & Underwood., Nearly a mile straight down and only a step–from Glacier Point (N.W.) across valley to Yosemite Falls, Yosemite, Cal. 1900-1910

Underwood & Underwood- Claude Monet standing in his studio with a panel of his Nympheas mural., Giverny, France , 1914-18 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Underwood & Underwood- Claude Monet standing in his studio with a panel of his Nympheas mural., Giverny, France , 1914-18 © Underwood & Underwood-Corbis

Dorothy Wilding ( 1893-1976)

Dorothy Wilding(ou plutôt était) la plus célèbre photographe  de Grande-Bretagne. En fait, elle a été la première femme à recevoir un mandat royal pour être le photographe officiel de la Reine Roi lors de leur couronnement, et une de ses photographies de la reine actuelle (connu sous le nom   «Portrait Wilding») a été utilisé pour une série de timbres en Grande-Bretagne, utilisé entre 1953 et 1967. Elle a travaillé principalement dans le Studio sur Bond Street ( d’abord chez celui  Marian Neilson ,où elle a débuté en tant qu’ apprentie, puis dans son propre studio) , et en 1937 en a ouvert un autre à New York. Elle est surtout connue pour ses compositions linéaires lumineuses photographiées sur un fond blanc. Son autobiographie en quête de perfection a été publié en 1958

Ce n’est pas du tout les portrait des têtes couronnés que je vous présente aujourd’hui, mais des portraits de célébrités ( danseuses actrices..)  de l’époque ainsi que des nus comme d’habitude,  r2alisés entre 1920 et 1930.

 

Dorothy Wilding- The Silver Turban.1928 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- The Silver Turban.  serie  » hidden face » #1, 1928 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Hidden face , 1928  © William Hustler and Georgina Hustlerd Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding-  The Silver Turbanserie  » hidden face » #4 , 1928 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustlerd Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding -nude study, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding -The Silver Turban , nude study, serie  » hidden face » # 3 ,1928 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – portrait of Rhoda Beasley, 1932

Dorothy Wilding – Nude study,  portrait of Rhoda Beasley, 1932

 

Dorothy Wilding - Nude study with veil, 1930 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Nude study with veil, 1930 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding -The Bat, 1927 [chlorobromide print] © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding -The Bat, 1927 [chlorobromide print] © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Le Matin (Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Le Matin (Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - "Le Papillon "(Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – « Le Papillon « (Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Ingenue, 1920. © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Ingenue, 1930. © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding-   'Perles', 1930s  © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- ‘Perles’, 1930s © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - 'Le Matin ' (Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – ‘Le Matin ‘ (Unidentified woman) 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Le reveil , 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Le reveil , 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding - Anna May Wong ,1938 . Theater Portrait was taken during her successful run in the Broadway production of On the Spot. She would later star in the film version entitled Dangerous to Know ,1938 ©

Dorothy Wilding – Anna May Wong ,1938 . Theater Portrait was taken during her successful run in the Broadway production of On the Spot. She would later star in the film version entitled Dangerous to Know ,1938 ©William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Anna May Wong, chlorobromide print on card mount, 1929 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Anna May Wong, chlorobromide print on card mount, 1929 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding-  Iris , Lady Cameron, 1935 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Iris , Lady Cameron, 1935 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding-  Iris , Lady Cameron, 1935 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Iris , Lady Cameron, 1935 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding  The Pianist Harriet Cohen, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding The Pianist Harriet Cohen, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding  The Pianist Harriet Cohen, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding The Pianist Harriet Cohen, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Isabel Jeans, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Isabel Jeans, 1920 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding -Maharaj Kumari Sudharani Devi of Burdwan, 1927 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding -Maharaj Kumari Sudharani Devi of Burdwan, 1927 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Portrait of Diana Wynyard, 1937 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Portrait of Diana Wynyard, 1937 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding - Dorothy Dickson, 1937 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Dorothy Dickson, 1937 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Dorothy Dickson, nd © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Dorothy Dickson, nd © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

 

Dorothy Wilding - Tallulah Bankhead,  1934  © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Tallulah Bankhead, 1934 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding - Jacques Cartier,chlorobromide print on tissue and card mount, 1932 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding – Jacques Cartier,chlorobromide print on tissue and card mount, 1932 © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Self portrait, 1920s© William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Self portrait, 1920s© William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Self portrait, 1920s© William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- Self portrait, 1920s© William Hustler and Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- The studio of Dorothy Wilding 1920s © William Hustler and Georgina Hustlerd Georgina Hustler

Dorothy Wilding- The studio of Dorothy Wilding 1920s © William Hustler and Georgina Hustlerd Georgina Hustler

W.E Seely- The Actress Anna May Wong, 1930s

W.E Seely- The Actress Anna May Wong, 1930s

Arthur F. Kales- Portraits

Arthur F. Kales. Anna May Wong in Thief of Bagdad 1924

Arthur F. Kales. Anna May Wong in Thief of Bagdad 1924 another print here

 

Arthur F. Kales- portrait of Peggy Fish, 1929

 

Arthur F. Kales - The Kiss, (from Photograms of the Year ),1928

Arthur F. Kales – The Kiss, (from Photograms of the Year ),1928

 

Émil Otto Hoppé (1878 – 1972)

Emil Otto Hoppé fut l’un des artistes les plus importants et l’un des  photographes « documentaires » de l’ère moderne, dont le succès artistique rivalisait avec ceux de ses pairs, Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946), Edward Steichen (1879-1973) et Walker Evans ( 1903-1975). Hoppé était l’un des portraitistes les plus célèbres de son époque, tout autant qu’un photographe de scènes de rue et de paysages  éblouissants  et photographe rapportant de sublimes clichés de ses voyage en Inde Afrique et Asie ( qui feront eux l’objets d’un autre article , prochainement )
Ses portraits étonnamment modernistes décrivent un monde virtuel qui est qui de personnalités importantes dans les arts, la littérature et la politique en Grande-Bretagne et aux États-Unis entre les deux guerres. Parmi les centaines de personnalités bien connues qu’il a photographiés étaient George Bernard Shaw, HG Wells, AA Milne, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, G.K. Chesterton, Léon Bakst, Vaslav Nijinsky et les danseurs des Ballets russes, et la reine Marie, le roi George, et d’autres membres de la Royal Family. Il a débuté la photographie d’art en 1903,  Hoppé a été admis en tant que membre de la « Royal Photographic Society » où, au cours de quatre années qui suivent , il expose régulièrement ses œuvres photographiques d’amateur.
Son oeuvre  lui ont valu la réputation d’être le plus influent photographe international de Grande-Bretagne entre 1907 et 1939 . Vous trouverez des biographies bien plus complètes un peut partout sur le net.
Bien sur comme d’habitude je me contenterai de ses nus aujourd’hui ainsi que ses magnifiques portraits et quelques clichés sur la danse, sujet de prédilection ici aussi sur ce blog.
©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG
Les portraits
Emil Otto Hoppé –Mona Maris, UFA Studio actress, Berlin, 1929

Emil Otto Hoppé –Mona Maris, UFA Studio actress, Berlin, 1929 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E.O.Hoppé - Mona Maris,Berlin, 1929 for LIFE

E.O.Hoppé – Mona Maris,Berlin, 1929 for LIFE ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Dorothy Gish, 1925

Émil Otto Chopé-Dorothy Gish, 1925 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé- Ann Hayes, 1930

Émil Otto Hoppé- Ann Hayes, 1930 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé- Beatrice Appleyard, 1934

Emil Otto  Hoppé- The dancer Beatrice Appleyard, 1934 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E.O. Hoppé- Dancer Beatrice Appleyard, 1934

E.O. Hoppé- Dancer Beatrice Appleyard, 1934 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé- Ann Hayes, 1930

Émil Otto Hoppé- Ann Hayes, 1930 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

 Emil Otto ('E.O.') HoppÈ, Hebe (née Constance Irene Vesselier) (Mrs Kingsland), 1917

Emil Otto Hoppé-  Hebe (née Constance Irene Vesselier) (Mrs Kingsland), 1917 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé- Hebe (née Constance Irene Vesselier) (Mrs Kingsland), 1917

Emil Otto Hoppé- Hebe (née Constance Irene Vesselier) (Mrs Kingsland), 1917 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé – Margot Fonteyn, 1935

Émil Otto Hoppé – Margot Fonteyn, 1935 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Alla Nazimova , for Life 1936

E. O. Hoppé- Alla Nazimova , for Life 1936 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Lilian Gish, United States, 1921 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé –Sylvia Gough, 1916

Émil Otto Hoppé –Sylvia Gough, 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé – Lubov Tchernyshova, 1920

Émil Otto Hoppé – Lubov Tchernyshova, 1920 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Mrs. Ed Kraig, England 1922

E. O. Hoppé – Mrs. Ed Kraig, England 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Ms. Margot Burke, England 1922

E. O. Hoppé – Ms. Margot Burke, England 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Ms. Ann Hayes, England 1934

E. O. Hoppé – Ms. Ann Hayes, England 1934 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Ms. Imogene Robertson, pearls advertisement, USA 1924

E. O. Hoppé – Ms. Imogene Robertson, pearls advertisement, USA 1924 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Lady Hazel Lavery, United States, 1916

Émil Otto Hoppé-Lady Hazel Lavery, United States, 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

 Emil Otto ('E.O.') HoppÈ, Dorothy Dickson, 1925

Emil Otto  Hoppé- Dorothy Dickson, 1925 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé-- Seated Woman in Profile , 1928

Emil Otto Hoppé- Seated Woman in Profile , 1928 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Mika Mikum, Poland, 1916

Émil Otto Hoppé- Mika Mikum, Poland, 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

 Emil Otto ('E.O.') HoppÈ, Anna Mae Wong, 1926

Emil OttoHoppé- Anna Mae Wong, 1926 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto  Hoppé- Anna May Wong, 1926 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Miss Wellington Koo, Japan, 1921

Emil Otto  Hoppé- Miss Wellington Koo, Japan, 1921 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé -Sculptured and Living Beauty, 1924

Émil Otto Hoppé -Sculptured and Living Beauty, modele Imogene Robertson 1924 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé - Portrait de L' actrice Brigitte Helm, 1928

Emil Otto Hoppé – Portrait de L’ actrice Brigitte Helm, 1928 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

 Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé- Teddie Gerard, 1917

Emil Otto Hoppé- Teddie Gerard, 1917 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Diana, Viscountess Norwich (Lady Diana Cooper),modern bromide print, January 1916

E. O. Hoppé – Diana, Viscountess Norwich (Lady Diana Cooper),modern bromide print, January 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E.O. Hoppé, Lady Lavery, 1916

E.O. Hoppé- Lady Lavery, 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé,

Emil Otto Hoppé- Dowager Viscountess Masserene, Scotland, 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Hazel (née Martyn), Lady Lavery, 1916 gelatin silver print,

E. O. Hoppé – Hazel (née Martyn), Lady Lavery, 1916 gelatin silver print ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') HoppÈ, Rebecca West 1923

Emil Otto Hopé- Rebecca West 1923 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') HoppÈ,

Emil Otto  Hoppé – Portrait Harriet Cohen,, vintage bromide print, 24 July 1920 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé, vintage bromide print, 24 July 1920

Emil Otto  Hoppé,Harriet Cohen, vintage bromide print, 24 July 1920 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto ('E.O.') Hoppé,

Emil Otto Hoppé – Harriet Cohen,Portrait , vintage bromide ,1920 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E.O.Hoppé -Princess White Deer (Esther Louise Georgette Deer) ,1921

E.O.Hoppé -Princess White Deer (Esther Louise Georgette Deer) ,1921 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé -Marion Davies, janvier 1921 photogravure

E. O. Hoppé -Marion Davies, janvier 1921 photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Mdlle Raymonde Thuillier, 1915 photogravure

E. O. Hoppé – Mdlle Raymonde Thuillier, 1915 photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Madame Wellington Koo (née Hui-lan Oei), 1921, photogravure,

E. O. Hoppé – Madame Wellington Koo (née Hui-lan Oei), 1921, photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé – Diana, Viscountess Norwich (Lady Diana Cooper), photogravure, 1916 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé – Diana, Viscountess Norwich (Lady Diana Cooper), photogravure, 1916 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Malvina Longfellow, 1921, photogravure

E. O. Hoppé – Malvina Longfellow, 1921, photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Les Nus

Emil Otto Hoppé – Diane Verue, 1922

Emil Otto Hoppé – Diane Verue, 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé-Nude Gypsy from Romania. sepia-toned photogravure. 1920s

Emil Otto Hoppé-Nude Gypsy from Romania. sepia-toned photogravure. 1920s ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé- Seated Female Nude. ( Doris Leigh)1920s

Emil Otto Hoppé- Seated Female Nude. ( Doris Leigh)1920s ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé – Nude with birdcage, 1922

Emil Otto Hoppé – Nude with birdcage, 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé – Nude with birdcage, 1922 (2)

Emil Otto Hoppé – Nude with birdcage, 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Miss Friesley, 1924

E. O. Hoppé- Miss Friesley, 1924 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Nellie Tamcer, 1926

Émil Otto Hoppé-Nellie Tamcer, 1926 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Pamela Deering, 1932 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Pamela Deering, 1932 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Rhoda Beasley, 1935 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Rhoda Beasley, 1935 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Nude Model, 1924 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Nude Model, 1924 © Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé –Miss Vernon, 1924

Emil Otto Hoppé –Miss Vernon, 1924 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Pepita Bobadilla, english actress 1919

E. O. Hoppé- Pepita Bobadilla, english actress 1919 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé- Pepita Bobadilla, english actress 1919

E. O. Hoppé- Pepita Bobadilla, english actress 1919 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Kathleen Edwards, 1936

Émil Otto Hoppé-Kathleen Edwards, 1936 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Ms. Diana Verne, dancer with snake, England 1922

E. O. Hoppé – Ms. Diana Verne, dancer with snake, England 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Ruby Lorraine, 1918

Emil Otto Hoppé – Ruby Lorraine, 1918 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé - Yvonne.1933

Emil Otto Hoppé – Yvonne.1933 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé – Unidentified Sitter,1932 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé – Miss Floyd, 1924 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

La danse ( d’autres portraits de danseurs au debut)

Ted Shawn in 'Tillers Of The Soil', 1922

Ted Shawn in ‘Tillers Of The Soil’, 1922 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé – Portrait de La danseuse Tilly Losch, 1928

Emil Otto Hoppé – Portrait de La danseuse Tilly Losch, 1928 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Emil Otto Hoppé – Portrait de Clotilde Van Derp, 1911

Emil Otto Hoppé – Portrait de Clotilde Van Derp, 1911 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E.O.Hoppé - Anna Pavlova with Novikoff, 1923

E.O.Hoppé – Anna Pavlova with Novikoff, 1923 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Sophie Fedorova as Ta-Hor in Cleopatra, 1911, photogravure

E. O. Hoppé – Sophie Fedorova as Ta-Hor in Cleopatra, 1911, photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Tamara Karsavina as the Firebird in 'L'Oiseau de Feu' (The Firebird), 1911 photogravure,

E. O. Hoppé – Tamara Karsavina as the Firebird in ‘L’Oiseau de Feu’ (The Firebird), 1911 photogravure, ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Malvina Adolph Bolm as the Prince and Tamara Karsavina as Queen Thamar in Thamara, 1912 photogravure

E. O. Hoppé – Malvina Adolph Bolm as the Prince and Tamara Karsavina as Queen Thamar in Thamara, 1912 photogravure ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

E. O. Hoppé - Carmen Tórtola Valencia, photogravure,1910

E. O. Hoppé – Carmen Tórtola Valencia, photogravure,1910 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

EMIL OTTO HOPPÉ (British, 1878-1972). Martha Graham, circa 1920

Emil Otto  Hoppé- Martha Graham, 1920 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

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Emil Otto Hoppé – Michio Ito, Japanese Dancer , 1916 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

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Emil Otto Hoppé – Kathleen Martyn, 1917 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Émil Otto Hoppé-Birdie courtenay models a feathered headdress, 1918

Émil Otto Hoppé-Birdie courtenay models a feathered headdress, 1918 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG

Sources

et aussi

Ici des chichés scènes de rues et des paysages

Ici près de 200 portraits

Émil Otto Hoppé- Self-portrait

Émil Otto Hoppé- Self-portrait,Londres, 1925 ©  Émil Otto Hoppé © NPG