Icons of photography: the 19th century

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Prestel, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 126 pages
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This newest addition to the ?Icons? series examines the enduring legacy of photography?s pioneers in beautifully reproduced full-page images and lively, knowledgeable texts offering critical and biographical information on the artists profiled.

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Icons of Photography: The 19th Century (Icons)

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Following the publisher's parallel volume, Icons of Photography: The 20th Century, this introduction to 19th-century photography presents nearly 60 pioneering photographers, each represented by at ... Read full review

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Slight Bios with a couple of their photographers best know photos-a nice coffee table book. Read full review

Contents

In All Beginnings Lies an Inherent Delight Freddy Langer
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Plates listed by photographer in alphabetical order
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Dunmore Critcherson Icebergs in Baffins Bay 84 Eugene Durieu Nude Study
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Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Langer has been the photographic editor for the culture section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung since 1989.