Aperture is pleased to offer William van der Weyde's rare and enduring work of a bygone era. Both humorous and of the utmost candor, Dog Training is an irreplaceable addition to your collection. 

William van der Weyde (1871–1929) began his photojournalistic career with the onset of the Spanish American War in 1898, going on to complete fifteen years of magazine work. His photographs were published in numerous magazines with considerable readerships, such as SuccessMcClure'sLiterary Digest, and the Reader. His archives, which are held at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, include over 1,500 images made from 6 x 9 glass negatives spanning a wide range of subject matter—from portraits of American writers, poets, and academics to American battleships and sports figures.


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