Brigitte Marquard grew up in post WWI Germany and hoped to attend art school. Instead, her parents insisted she enroll in a rigorous course in baby nursing at Stuttgart's Kinderspital. There she met and fell in love with a Jewish physician, Dr. Hans Steiner, whom she married in 1932. Three years later the couple and their two young children fled Hitler Germany for America.
After years of hard work and sacrifice the young woman, now known as "Bridget," became both a successful commercial artist and accomplished photographer. She took the photographs shown in this book while on vacation in Europe during the 1950s.
Nicholas Steiner, a German-born, self-taught photographer began taking black & white pictures during his teens in post war Europe. Some of these old images remain his favorites. Subsequent decades allowed time for travel and further development of photographic skills. These pictures reflect Steiner's interest in many, diverse subjects.
W I N T E R Published January 09, 2010
Town and Country (Europe) Published February 18, 2009
LANDSCAPES Published February 03, 2009
Mes Ã©tÃ©s en France... chez les David de SauzÃ©a Nicholas Steiner Published January 27, 2009
BRIDGET STEINER Photographs of the 1950s Published December 27, 2008
WINDOWS Published June 28, 2008
Brief Encounters Published May 30, 2008
A TRAVELER'S MEMORIES Published May 26, 2008