This photo, titled "From the Back-Window, 291," is one of a collection from the "Alfred Stieglitz New York" exhibit, which opens Sept. 15 and continues through Jan. 10, 2011.
The Seaport Museum New York is hosting "Alfred Stieglitz New York," an exhibition of 39 vintage photographs, including "The Terminal," pictured.
"The Ferry Boat" and other Alfred Stieglitz photographs are being shown together for the first time since 1932, when they were presented by the photographer himself.
Seaport Museum's "Alfred Stieglitz New York" is assembled from the collections of several major U.S. museums and individual collections, and includes "The Flatiron," an well-known print of the Flatiron building near Madison Square Park.
Stieglitz, who died in 1946, was one of the world's most celebrated photographers. "Alfred Stieglitz New York," including the photograph "Old and New New York," covers the periods from 1893 to 1916 and 1930 to 1935.
Stieglitz founded the Photo-Secession group to promote photography as an art form. The "Alfred Stieglitz New York" exhibit includes "Spring Showers -- The Street-Cleaner," pictured.
A collection of photographs taken by the iconic Alfred Stieglitz, including "Water Tower and Radio City, New York," pictured, will run until Jan. 19, 2011 at the Seaport Museum in New York. Aside from being a celebrated photographer, Stieglitz was also the married to Georgia O'Keeffe -- his second wife.