Art: Steiglitz into Metropolitan

In Manhattan is a primly-styled, stone building which houses the Anderson Galleries, famed red plush repository of art and art auctions. On the third floor is tiny Room 303, known as the Intimate Gallery, littered with picture frames, books, mucilage pots, framed and unframed paintings. In the room, at almost any time during the winter season, may be found a keen-eyed little man in a baggy grey suit. He peers inquisitively through silver spectacles, his grey mustache and hair are scraggly, uncombed. His name is Alfred Stieglitz. He is a lover and maker...

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