Coming from a long line of photographers, German-born Lotte Jacobi (1896-1990) was known for her intimate, dramatic and often experimental portraits in the ‘New Vision’ style of the late 1920s and 30s. After fleeing Hitler’s Germany, she re-established herself as a portraitist in New York and moved into abstraction and landscape photography in the 1950s.
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