Stieglitz on Photography is a compilation of Alfred Stieglitz’s most important essays gathered from a variety of sources and published together for the first time in a single volume. Many of these writings have been unavailable for more than fifty years. In addition to Stieglitz’s commentary on the development of fine-art photography, this volume includes notes and photo recipes from experiments with the early photographic processes, including early color photography and platinum and photogravure printing. The book is illustrated with over seventy-five black-and-white photographs by Stieglitz and his contemporaries, and contains selections of his articles in their original layouts. An eight-page four-color insert features rarely seen and never-before-published hand-tinted Stieglitz images and autochrome experiments.