Todd Webb (1905-2000) was an American photographer known for documenting architecture and everyday urban life over the course of his long career and extensive travels. He was notably close friends with Georgia O’Keefe, Ansel Adams, and Harry Callahan; and his work has been likened to that of Callahan, as well as Berenice Abbot, Walker Evans, and Eugène Atget. Webb’s photographs are included in major museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York City; and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. The artist’s photographic archive is located in Portland, Maine.
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