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Photography, essays and images : illustrated readings in the history of photography / edited by Beaumont Newhall.


New York : Museum of Modern Art ; [1980] .
ISBN 0870703854, 0870703870

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Other Title Photography, essays and images.
Other Authors Newhall, Beaumont, 1908-1993.
Subjects Fotografia.
História da fotografia.
Photographie -- Histoire.
Photographie.
Photography.
Description 327 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
[1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Also issued online.
Contents Photography predicted, Tiphaigne de La Roche -- An account of a method of copying paintings upon glass, and of making profiles, by agency of light upon nitrate of silver, Thomas Wedgwood and Sir Humphry Davy -- The first news accounts of the daguerreotype -- Some account of the art of photogenic drawing, or, the process by which natural objects may be made to delineate themselves without the aid of the artist's pencil, William Henry Fox Talbot -- The process of calotype photogenic drawing, William Henry Fox Talbot -- The early history of photography in the United States, Albert Sands Southworth -- Brady, the grand old man of American photography: an interview, George Alfred Townsend -- The use of collodion in photography, Frederick Scott Archer -- The stereoscope and the stereograph, Oliver Wendell Holmes -- Doings of the sunbeam, Oliver Wendell Holmes -- Upon photography in an artistic view, and its relation to the arts, Sir William J. Newton -- Photography, Lady Elizabeth Eastlake -- A portfolio of photographs from the George Frederick Pollock album -- Oscar Gustav Rejlander, Henry Peach Robinson -- Nadar's portraits at the exhibition of the French Society of Photography, Philippe Burty -- Photography, Charles Baudelaire -- The art of photography, Francis Frith -- Photographs from the high Rockies: from Harper's new monthly magazine, September 1869 -- To my patrons, Edward L. Wilson -- The annals of my glass house, Julia Margaret Cameron -- Muybridge's motion pictures: news accounts -- An experiment with gelatino bromide, Richard Leach Maddox -- The hand camera: a portfolio of catalog illustrations -- The amateur photographer, Alexander Black -- Flashes from the slums: pictures taken in dark places by the lightning process, Jacob Riis -- Photography, a pictorial art, Peter Henry Emerson -- Pictorial photography, Alfred Stieglitz -- Eduard J. Steichen, Ernest Juhl -- Frederick H. Evans on pure photography -- A plea for straight photography, Sadakichi Hartmann -- The photo-secession at Buffalo: a portfolio of photographs purchased by the Albright Art Gallery in 1910 -- The function of the camera, Dixon Scott, 1906 -- The future of pictorial photography, Alvin Langdon Coburn -- Stieglitz, Paul Rosenfeld -- Photography, Paul Strand -- Random notes on photography, Edward Weston -- The work of Man Ray, Robert Desnos -- The new realism -the object: its plastic and cinematic value, Fernand Leger -- Eugene Atget, Berenice Abbott -- The future of the photographic process, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy -- The international exhibition "Film und Foto," Stuttgart: a portfolio -- Group f, John Paul Edwards -- A personal credo, Ansel Adams -- The assignment I'll never forget, Dorothea Lange -- The FSA photographers, Edward Steichen -- Photojournalism in the 1920s: a conversation between Felix H. Man, photographer, and Stefan Lorant, picture editor, 1970 -- Brassai, Nancy Newhall -- Vision plus the camera: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Beaumont Newhall -- W. Eugene Smith: a great photographer at work: an interview with Arthur Goldsmith -- Time in New England in the making: excerpts from correspondence between Paul Strand and Nancy Newhall, 1945-50 -- In 1943 and 1944 a great change took place, Aaron Siskind -- Found photographs, Minor White -- Walker Evans, visiting artist: a transcript of his discussion with the students of the University of Michigan, 1971.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7550618
(OCoLC)ocm07550618
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