“I want to evoke the mystery of color itself.
I photograph late in the day, the time Rembrandt favored for painting, so that the subtlest hues surface.
They are as complex as any person, perhaps more so. It’s that lyricism, that mystery of color itself— that’s my signature.”
— Marie Cosindas, 1923-2017, photographer, Goodbye in 2017
The New York Times: Marie Cosindas, Whose Photographs Brought Color to the Fore, Dies at 93
The Telegraph: The Colour Photography Pioneer That Time Forgot