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Seller ID: 52737
CALLAHAN, HARRY, and his students, Fifth Annual Portfolio of the Photographic Education Society, Providence: Rhode Island School of Design, 1971. 27 prints including Callahan's 1967 photo Multiple Exposure/Providence, gelatin silver measuring about 7.25x4.75 inches or 18x12cm, mounted on heavy white card stock measuring 14x11 inches, in its original brown solander box, together with 26 photos by Callahan's students, some of whom went on to become collected photographe... View more info
By: CALLAHAN, Harry.
Seller ID: 53576
CALLAHAN, HARRY. Color, 1941-1980, Providence: Matrix Publications, 1980. Square folio, first edition, unpaginated, gray cloth boards with yellow stamped lettering on front, signed by Callahan in ink on the half-title page, gray cloth-covered slipcase with yellow lettering and a color print mounted on front. Shows a well-known art photographer and teacher adapting to and celebrating color work. Condition of this book: Near fine in sunned slipcase. Spine likewise s... View more info
Seller ID: 52661
CARTIER-BRESSON, HENRI. Photographer, Boston: Bulfinch, 1994. Large, heavy quarto, revised edition, pp. 343, beige cloth boards with white lettering on spine, blind-stamped lettering on front, 155 duotones. A comprehensive recapitulation of Bresson's career as the father of modern photojournalism, with all his greatest photos in one beautiful book. Includes images from all over the world plus the great famous from his early days in France: On the Banks of the Marne an... View more info
Seller ID: 53676
CARTIER-BRESSON, HENRI. In India, New York and London: Thames & Hudson, 1987. Quarto, first English-language edition (preceded by the French edition in 1985), pp. 128, brown cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine, gilt logo on front, duotone photo plates, former owner's ID on half-title page. The last of Bresson's great travelogues. Roosens-Salu 1744. Condition of this book: Jacket lightly worn, overall near fine. View more info
By: CLERGUE, Lucien.
Seller ID: 52889
CLERGUE, LUCIEN. poesie photographique (Photographic Poetry), New York et al., Prestel, 2003. Quarto, first edition, pp. 144, gray paper-covered boards with red lettering to spine, duotone and color plates, text in English, French and German. Warmly inscribed by Clergue on the half-title page, dated 2003 NYC (he died in 2014). Includes the nudes Clergue was famous for, but also a cross-section of his other work, with portraits of artistic celebrities of his era (Picas... View more info
By: CLERGUE, Lucien.
Seller ID: 53108
CLERGUE, LUCIEN. Toros Muertos, New York: Brussel & Brussel, 1966. Square quarto, American edition of a book that was published earlier in France and Germany, unpaginated, red cloth boards with black lettering stamped into spine and front, largely halftone photos with text mostly in English. Clergue, a collaborator of Picasso's, here captures the pain and anguish of a blood sport's losers. Although this was not intended to be anti-bullfighting, it looks that way to mo... View more info
By: CLERGUE, Lucien.
Seller ID: 53514
CLERGUE, LUCIEN. Nude Work Shop, New York: Viking, 1982. Quarto, first edition, pp. 108, black cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine, duotone photo plates, signed on the title page by Clergue. Includes his major works such as The Giants and other Mediterranean and California work, for collectors who can't afford the actual prints, or need a reference to them. Condition of this book: Jacket lightly worn, a few scuff marks on front board, overall near fine. View more info
By: COLE, Ernest.
Seller ID: 53943
COLE, ERNEST. House of Bondage, New York: Ridge Press, 1967. Quarto, first edition, pp. 192, tan cloth boards with gilt-stamped lettering on spine and upper panel, 180 gravures. The photographer, working in the tightly segregated nation that was South Africa, left his country to get these photos published. Parr & Badger, V.2, pp. 106-07: "The furore it [the book] caused made him a perhaps reluctant hero for a generation of aspiring black photographers; despite the suc... View more info
By: COLEMAN, Judy.
Seller ID: 51930
COLEMAN, JUDY. Judy Coleman, California: Twin Palms, 1989. Folio, first edition, unpaginated, black cloth boards with silver lettering on spine and upper panel, 5-page essay by Elaine Dines-Cox, 54 plates, 1 gate-fold, all nudes, the only model being the photographer herself, using a 30-foot cable. Dines-Cox explains Coleman's technique as a multimedia process involving Polaroids, painting and assemblage. What does it all mean? It "depends upon the individual viewer's... View more info
Seller ID: 50451
CONNER, KEVIN, and HEIMERDINGER, DEBRA. Horace Bristol, An American View, San Francisco: Chronicle, 1996. Quarto, first edition, pp. 144, black cloth boards, blind-stamped, duotones of Bristol's key works. The authors give short introductory essays to each chapter, the bulk of which is made up of Bristol's photos. Bristol was of the Mydans-Lange generation and worked for Life, and he is largely forgotten, although his images are not. He worked with Steinbeck on a proj... View more info
Seller ID: 52457
DALZELL, J. MOIR, and LINSSEN, E.F. Practical Stereoscopic Photography, London: Technical Press, 1953. Octavo, revision of a 1936 first edition, pp. xv, 240, blue cloth boards with silver-stamped lettering on spine and upper panel, halftone photos, original bill of sale attached to rear endpaper. Revision updated Dalzell's original work to discuss the 35mm camera, with modern illustration. Condition of this book: Exceptional copy, near fine with minor spotting at ... View more info
Seller ID: 52910
DANIEL, PETE, and SMOCK, RAYMOND. A Talent for Detail, The Photographs of Miss Frances Benjamin Johnston, 1889-1910, New York: Harmony Books, 1974. Oblong quarto, first edition, pp. 182, mustard-colored cloth boards with pink lettering on spine and front, duotone photos. Johnston parlayed a distant connection with a president to become one of the most significant documentary photographers of her day, shooting just about anyone who was famous. This book includes Librar... View more info
Seller ID: 52045
DANIELYAN, HASMIK. Armenia, Yerevan: GASPRINT, 2004. Quarto, English language edition, pp. 112, black cloth boards with blind-stamped lettering on upper panel, color photos with very little text. Danielyan presents a medieval Armenia of beautiful churches and landscapes, with no people whatsoever. Scarce. Condition of this book: Spine slightly shaken, jacket edges worn and wrinkled. Leaves clean and tight, images fine. View more info
By: DAVIDSON, Bruce,
Seller ID: 50311
DAVIDSON, BRUCE. East 100th Street, Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970. Square quarto, first simultaneous wrappered edition, pp. 130, 123 duotones. See Parr & Badger, Vol. 2, Page 18. Davidson's extensive effort documented a Harlem neighborhood with the help of a cumbersome, large-format view camera, radically different equipment from the handy little 35mm jobs his peers were using. The result is a lot of posed photos that somehow work, although Parr & Badg... View more info
By: DAVIDSON, Bruce.
Seller ID: 53122
DAVIDSON, BRUCE. Photographs, New York: Agrinde/Summit, 1978. Square quarto, priority unknown to me, pp. 167, gray paper-covered boards quarter-bound in cream-colored cloth, gilt lettering to spine, duotone photo plates, inscribed on the half-title by Davidson. A selection of photo from Davidson's best-known projects, including Brooklyn Gang and East 100th Street. Condition of this book: Near fine light wear to jacket, age-toning at the spine. View more info
Seller ID: 53239
DE RODAT, CHARLES. Toulouse-Lautrec, Album de famille, Fribourg: Hatier Editions, 1985. Quarto, pp. 188, red buckram boards with blue lettering to spine, halftone photos, text in French. Includes a family tree, with text by a descendant of the artist, using photos taken by Lautrec's cousin Marie. Condition of this book: Jacket lightly worn, small tear in back panel, all else fine. View more info
By: DeCARAVA, Roy.
Seller ID: 53606
DeCARAVA, ROY. Photographs, California: Friends of Photography, 1981. Square quarto, Member's Edition, pp. 192, wraps, laser scanned duotones. Publishers say this is DeCarava's first major book, ignoring The Sweet Flypaper of Life. In any case it's more representative than Flypaper, including several of DeCarava's famous jazz profiles such as that of Coltrane and Elvin Jones. Condition of this book: Covers moderately worn, chipped at edges, light foxing to top edg... View more info
By: DILLEY, Clyde H.
Seller ID: 52486
DILLEY, CLYDE H. The Photography and Philosophy of Wynn Bullock, Philadelphia: Art Alliance Press, 1984. Quarto, first edition, pp. 87, 44 halftone plates, red cloth boards with gilt-stamped lettering on the spine. Author considers artist a failure, but an interesting failure in his attempts to reconcile abstraction and realism. Condition of this book: Moderately worn jacket, a few marks to boards, images fine. View more info
Seller ID: 51784
DOISNEAU, ROBERT. Three Seconds From Eternity, Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1980. Quarto, first American edition, preceded by 1979 French edition, pp. 143, rusty brown cloth boards with white lettering stamped on spine, 101 gravure plates. Nobody nails the timeless Parisian scene better than Doisneau, and this is some of his best work. Condition of this book: Near fine, lightly worn jacket, no tears. View more info
Seller ID: cdv001
Undated CDV from Paris, officer in uniform with sword sheathed at his side, rear label of Photographie du Bugnon, Eugene Durussel. Condition of this print: Light wear, one short crack away from the image of the soldier. View more info