Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Baron Adolph de Meyer (1 September 1868 – 6 January 1946) was a photographer famed for his photographic portraits in the early 20th century, many of which depicted celebrities such as Mary Pickford, Rita Lydig, Luisa Casati, Billie Burke, Irene Castle, John Barrymore, Lillian Gish, Ruth St. Denis, King George V, and Queen Mary. He was also the first official fashion photographer for the American magazine Vogue, appointed to that position in 1913.
Wikidata
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Introduction
De Meyer was born Meyer-Watson. In 1914, De Meyer moved to the United States and in 1916 changed his name to "Gayne de Meyer" after being told by an astrologer that it would bring him good luck.
Nationalities
French, American, German
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Portraitist, Photographer
Names
Adolf de Meyer, Adolf von Meyer, Adolf De Meyer, Gayne de Meyer, Adolf Gayne De Meyer, Adolf Gayne de Meyer, Baron Adolf de Meyer, Baron Adolf Gayne de Meyer, Baron Adolf De Meyer, Adolf Meyer-Watson, Adolf Meyer Watson, Gayne De Meyer, Adolf Meyer- Watson, Adolph De Meyer
Ulan
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