Alice Rohe (January 15, 1876 – April 7, 1957) was an American author and journalist. She became a newspaper writer in the 1890s and after joined Theta Sigma Phi, the first American journalism association for women in communications. During World War I, Rohe works as the first female overseas bureau chief for a major American […]
Illustrator for the reputable magazine “The Graphic”. Was present at the Thessaloniki front. His illustrations:” On the Road to Nigrita” (Aegean Macedonia), “The Mahmudly Pass: A stiff Turn”, and “A halt on the road to Nigrita” have been published in The Graphic magazine on December 22, 1917.
Born in Zwickau, Germany in 1884, died in Valley Cottage, NY, USA in 1973. Studied at the Royal Art Academy in Dresden. At the Academy he became a very good friend with Max Pechstein. Won several art prizes like silver medal in 1912, Grand Prix de Rome 1913, etc. Made study trips in Paris 1908, […]
Born in 1893 in Indzija, Serbia, died in 1952 in Pittsburg, Nikola Petković was painter and priest who lived and worked in Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and USA. He was rather unknown painter, however since recently he has been re-discovered and compared with the best Serbian painters of his time (like Nadezda Petrović). He was born […]
Probably one of the best American photographers of the early 20th century, Lewis Wickes Hine was more of a sociologist who used his camera as a tool for social reforms. His photographs of the construction of Empire State Building in the 1930 as well as his photographs of the immigrants arriving at the Ellis Island […]
Bauhaus designer and artist. Born in Haag Am Hausruck, Austria, died in Montecito, California, USA. He is regarded as the author of the Sans-Serif script. His works can be found in many of the mayor fine art museums in the worlds (like Guggenheim Museum New York, Museum of Modern Art, New York etc..). Herbert Bayer […]