Portraits By Sonya Noskowiak
In 1935, Sonya Noskowiak opened the doors to her San Francisco portrait studio. Her business catered to city's literary and artistic communities who appreciated the intensity of her uncluttered portraits. Noskowiak, who had been famed photographer Edward Weston's protegee in the early 1930s, had developed her own style, but one clearly rooted in Weston's modernist studies of seashells and peppers.
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