Both gentlemen problably never even met during their lives but were familiar with each other's work. They were the icons of pictorialism, both with a strong international reputation. Alfred Stieglitz as an American gallery owner, photographer and publisher of the worldfamous “Camera Work” and Léonard Misonne as a Belgian photographer and one of the pioneers of European pictorialism.
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