Masterclass: Arnold Newman. VG SC 2012. B/W Still-life, Abstract, & Environmental Portrait Photography

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Ewing, William A. Minneapolis, FEP Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography. 2012.
English Language, First Edition, Very Good, SC, quarto 9" x 11 1/2", 272 pp. 
ISBN: 9780500989685

Very Good stiff pictorial wraps featuring Arnold Newman's 1981 black-and-white image of photographer Robert Doisneau to the cover and spine, gray and white lettering to front and back covers and spine, brown scuff mark to bottom edge of text block not affecting the interior, tips lightly bumped, some light shelf and handling wear, else clean, tightly bound and unmarked throughout. 272 pp. Replete with 210 illustrations, 22 in full-color, also includes a Preface by Todd Brandow, two Introductory essays by William A. Ewing, titled "Student," and "Master," respectively, essays by Arthur Ollman and David Coleman, Selected Biographies by Corinne Currat, Notes, Selected Exhibitions and Publications, Acknowledgements, and an Index. This book was published in conjunction with an exhibition of Arnold Newman's photography organized by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography in Minneapolis that traveled to Berlin, Germany, March-May 2012, the Fotomuseum den Haag, Netherlands, October 2012-January 2013, the Harry Ransom Center in Texas, February-May 2013, and to the San Diego Museum of Art June-September 2013. From the publisher: "For sixty-six years [Arnold Newman] applied himself to his art and craft, and was recognized by regular publication in the most influential magazines of the day, major solo exhibitions and appearances in many of the world's most prestigious photography collections. This book - the first monograph to be published after his death in 2006 - celebrates his unique achievements." Many of these images have never before been published in book form, and include famous painters, influential writers, musicians, business people, and leaders of industry including Truman Capote, Marc Chagall, J. F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, Pablo Picasso, Igor Stravinsky, and Andy Warhol. 

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