A Series of Picture Pages Showing What American Women Have Done with the Camera

Edited by Frances Benjamin Johnston
Ladies’ Home Journal 18:11 (October 1901): 5.

 

Fifth Article: Eva Lawrence Watson (Mrs. Martin Schültze)

 

Eva Watson, portrait, 1901.

Miss Watson, as she is best known among lovers of pictorial photography, is a true artist—with the true artist’s delight in all the beautiful things of life and nature. Her work covers an unusually wide and varied range of portraiture, child life, flowers and landscape. Each of these branches she handles with great refinement and grace, and a certain decorative sense peculiarly her own which gives to all her pictures an especial charm.

Child with oak branch, ca. 1900.
Child standing with a piece of paper looking at a book held by a seated infant, ca. 1900.
Profile of a young woman wearing a bonnet, ca. 1900.