A. Aubury Bodine

Photographer, Visual Artist

1906 – 1970

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Who was A. Aubury Bodine?

A. Aubrey Bodine was an American photographer and photojournalist for the Baltimore Sun's Sunday Sun Magazine, also known as the brown section, for fifty years. Bodine is known for his images of Maryland landmarks and traditions. Bodine's books include My Maryland, Chesapeake Bay and Tidewater, Face of Maryland, Face of Virginia, and Guide to Baltimore and Annapolis.

After entering professional photography in the mid-1920s. He was born July 21, 1906 in Baltimore, Maryland. Bodine's artistic style developed from three distinct affiliations: the Baltimore Sun, the Photographic Society of America, and the National Press Photographers Association. Bodine exhibited his pictorial photography across the United States and around the world, in competitions that attracted top art photographers. Bodine's staff position on the Baltimore Sunday Sun put him into the photojournalistic milieu, with its roots in straight unenhanced photography.

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Born
1906
Baltimore
Also known as
  • A. Aubrey Bodine
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession
Education
  • Maryland Institute College of Art
Died
Oct 28, 1970

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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