- Includes many rare and unseen photos of Audrey Hepburn on and off stage - Features images from the archives of six top photographers: Norman Parkinson, Milton H. Greene, Douglas Kirkland, Lawrence Fried, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny - Extensive commentary throughout from Douglas Kirkland, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny Audrey Hepburn once said "I never thought I'd land in pictures with a face like mine." Nothing could be further from the truth. As one of the 20th century's most loved icons, her face is instantly recognizable the world over. Here, for the first time, ACC Art Books and Iconic Images proudly present the work of six wonderful photographers - Norman Parkinson, Milton H. Greene, Douglas Kirkland, Lawrence Fried, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny - who were fortunate enough to capture the star at different moments of her life. In addition, former Curator of Photographs for the National Portrait Gallery and co-curator of the Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon exhibition, Terence Pepper, opens up his personal archive of vintage press prints, making this ode to Hepburn truly unique. Throughout the book, Douglas Kirkland, Terry O'Neill and Eva Sereny share their memories of working with the icon. They present a wonderful mix of on-set, fashion, portrait and behind-the-scenes photographs, including contact sheets and never-before-seen images. With an introduction by Terence Pepper, Always Audrey is sure to delight any Hepburn fan.
St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York City
Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts
The Church of the Holy Ascension, Unalaska, Alaska
Notre-Dame Basilica, Montr al, Qu bec, Canada
Bas lica de Nuestra Se ora de Guadalupe, Ciudad de M xico, Mexico
Catedral de Santa Mar a la Menor, Dominican Republic: Oldest church in the Americas
UNESCO World Heritage Wooden Church, Chiloe Island, Patagonia, Chile
Bras lia Cathedral, Brazil
St Paul's Cathedral, London, England
Westminster Abbey, London, England
Notre-Dame, Paris, France
Chartres Cathedral, France
Frauenkirche, Dresden, Germany (destroyed by Allied bombing during WWII, rebuilt in the 1990s after German reunification)
St Basil's, Red Square, Moscow, Russia
Little Hagia Sophia, Istanbul, Turkey
Hanging Church, Cairo, Egypt
Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Beirut, Lebanon
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem, Israel
Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, Israel
Dhanushkodi Portuguese Church, Tamil Nadu, India
San Agustin Church, Manila, Philippines
Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica, Hồ Ch Minh, Vietnam
St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia
Old St Paul's, Pipitea, Wellington, New Zealand
This book is both a history of an unusual camera and a splendid display of its product. "Yard longs," as the Cirkut camera's huge panoramic photographs were called, caused a sensation after the camera's introduction in the early twentieth century. Cirkut cameras were used to record scenic vistas, epic events, and group photographs of conventioneers, workers, soldiers, and students. Here, with many foldouts that show the prints in their full glory, are such historic moments as the building of the Panama Canal, the sunken battleship Maine in Havana Harbor, the crash of the dirigible Shenandoah, the fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg, the 1908 Wellesley graduating class, and a very early race at the Indianapolis Speedway. More mundane subjects a bathing beauty contest, locomotive factory workers are equally fascinating in this format. Collectively these panoramas form a remarkable portrait of America at the turn of the last century."
Some well-known photos, but many previously unpublished, accompany a history of the nation and of photography. A good marriage of text and photos in a thoughtfully designed volume. A one-hour TV special was produced in conjunction with the book. 9x12". Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
150 years of American photography come alive in this exciting new book, placing it in its cultural context for the first time. Orvell examines this fascinating subject through a wide range of well known and less-well known images. He ranges from portraiture and landscape photography, family albums and memory, and analyses the particularly 'American' way in which American photographers have viewed the world around them.
Orvell combines a clear overview of the changing nature of photographic thinking and practice in this period with an exploration of key concepts. The result is the first coherent history of American photography, which examines issues such as the nature of photographic exploitation, experimental techniques, the power of the photograph to shock, and whether we should subscribe to the notion of a visual history.
From the invention of photography up through the internet age, animals have been a frequent subject of the camera's lens, from portraits of beloved pets and exotic creatures to the documentation of human cruelty against them. Drawing on the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, this book traces the relationship between animals in photographs and the rapidly advancing technology of photography. From the wild dogs of South Africa to William Wegman's photogenic Weimaraners, from images of Victorian zoos to visions of the heavy toll of game hunting, animals on film are moving, sympathetic, and sometimes tragic figures.In this vivid and engaging book, Arpad Kovacs explores the social, symbolic, scientific, and aesthetic approaches to a subject that has been of continuous interest to photographers across the centuries. Over ninety full-color plates represent image makers ranging from Felice Beato, Eadweard Muybridge, Andr Kert sz, and Alfred Stieglitz to Berenice Abbott, Manuel lvarez Bravo, and Man Ray. More recent photographers, such as Robert Mapplethorpe and Hiroshi Sugimoto, are represented along with contemporary artists, such as Tim Hawkinson, Pieter Hugo, and Graciela Iturbide. The result is a book that shows the evolution of a photographic obsession that abides to this day. This book is published on the occasion of the exhibition In Focus: Animalia, on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum from May 26 to October 18, 2015.
2000 Gold Medallion Award winner
Through stunning nature photography, this attractive gift book captures God's expression of his character in the created world. Ric's award-winning photographic talent is combined with Scripture and devotional thoughts to move both the heart and the mind. Included with the full-color photographs is information about the various locations, natural formations, and elements of the scenes.
Ric Ergenbright's photography appears regularly in major magazines, books, and ads. More than 60 calendars of his images have been published, and his work has been the subject of three television shows. He is a winner of the Lowell Thomas Award for outstanding travel photography, and is among the small number of contemporary photographers represented in "Odyssey: The Art of Photography at National Geographic," now touring the world.
-Presents the art collection of the University of Antwerp In recent decades, the University of Antwerp has brought together a unique collection of visual art of Belgian and international origin and style. With great care, these works of art are given a specific, selected and discussed place in and around the buildings on the various university campuses. Students, professors, research and supporting staff are thus connected to fragments from the collection in their daily work environment. The percentage rule for art integration is also consistently applied to newly constructed buildings. Recently, a scaled history of Belgian art since 1950 has been added, spanning over a hundred museum 'rooms' to scale 1/7. This book deals thematically and visually with the many interactions between architecture, visual art, residents and passers-by. Sophisticated and subtle photography underlines the many possible connections that come about. The width and depth of Art on Campus is presented by means of about forty spatial situations.
Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Frida Kahlo . . . so many great artists have shared one very special love: the companionship of cats. Gathered here for the first time are behind-thescenes stories of more than 50 famous artists and their feline friends. From Salvador Dali's pet ocelot Babou to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's menagerie of cats, including Salt (who was black) and Pepper (who was white), Artists and Their Cats captures these endearing friendships in charming photographs and engaging text, and reveals what creative souls and the animals best known for their independent spirits have in common. In this clever compilation, art aficionados will discover a softer side of their favorite artists, and cat lovers will enjoy a whole new way to celebrate their favorite furry friends.