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by Peter Fetterman

Woman: A Celebration download ebook
ISBN:
0811840980
ISBN13:
978-0811840989
Author:
Peter Fetterman
Publisher:
Chronicle Books; 1st Edition edition (July 4, 2003)
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Pages:
120 pages
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1905 kb
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1740 kb
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Photography & Video
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Rating:
4.8

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This jewel-like, clothbound volume is a photographic homage to woman in all her glorious diversity and mystery.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. From a rare image of a grinning Greta Garbo to the direct gaze of a young Guatemalan woman.

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Publisher's Description. From a rare image of a grinning Greta Garbo to the direct gaze of a young Guatemalan woman, Woman revels in the breadth of the human experience, with the feted and the nameless shoulder to shoulder. A book as captivating as its focus, this small but substantial package is virtually a history of the photographic medium vis-a-vis its timeless subject, and the perfect gift for anyone who is, knows, or loves a woman.

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Woman: A Celebration, by Peter Fetterman. An homage that captures the mystery of woman in all her glorious diversity. First Printing, 2003.

Peter Fetterman Gallery. Skip to main content. Child: A Celebration. Julia Margaret Cameron (British, b. 1815-1879). Queen Henrietta Telling Her Children of the Coming Fate of their Father King Charles the First, May 1874.

Courtesy of Peter Fetterman Gallery. Peter Fetterman's Two New Exhibits. I chose each print and its placement in the book for a reason. This iconic 1966 Barry Lategan photo of supermodel Twiggy is, literally, the face of The Faces of Fashion, as it graces all the promotional material for the exhibit. Fetterman says if he had to choose a single print to represent the collection, this would be the one, and not just because he grew up crushing on the British model. com for more information).

Peter Galassi: Peter, your collection really does seem to cover the waterfront-to survey the whole of Henri .

Peter Galassi: Peter, your collection really does seem to cover the waterfront-to survey the whole of Henri Cartier-Bresson's career. Was that a goal that you developed, or did it just turn out that way? Peter Fetterman: I never set out to build the collection in a specific way. It just happened as I discovered and studied the work. So it was purely organic. Maybe there is a specific point of view

Peter Fetterman Gallery has one of the largest inventories of Classic 20th Century Photography. Bergamot Station, Santa Monica.

Peter Fetterman Gallery has one of the largest inventories of Classic 20th Century Photography.

Подписчиков: 14 ты. себе: Work from the gallery's collection speci. себе: Work from the gallery's collection specializing in contemporary and vintage fine art photography. Inquiries- inforfetterman.

This jewel-like, clothbound volume is a photographic homage to woman in all her glorious diversity and mystery. From a rare image of a grinning Greta Garbo to the direct gaze of a young Guatemalan woman, Woman revels in the breadth of the human experience, with the feted and the nameless shoulder to shoulder. The work of dozens of immortal photographers—Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliott Erwitt, Julia Margaret Cameron, Willy Ronis, Ruth Orkin, and many more—fills this volume with over 100 photos. These photographs embody the many moods of their subjects in a breadth of photographic styles, from sepia-tinged pictorialism to guilelessly modern. A book as captivating as its focus, this small but substantial package is virtually a history of the photographic medium vis- -vis its timeless subject, and the perfect gift for anyone who is, knows, or loves a woman.
Reviews:
  • Anaginn
Fantastic!
  • Terr
Wonderful photos.
  • Quamar
Amazing book in excellent shape and a must have for photography fans....
  • Nawenadet
Like many of the women inside it, this compact book is beautiful - cloth cover, classy presentation, vivid images. While there are a few celebs (Hepburn, Mother Teresa, Billie Holiday), many of these pictures are of unknowns - rich and poor, black and white, young and old, happy and sad. This diversity is the book's secret joy. Romantic and heartfelt (not cheesy), it would be a safe and thoughtful gift for almost anyone, a provocative addition to coffee-tables everywhere.
  • Sharpmane
I loved the selection of pictures. It gives a comprehensive portrayl of women since the birth of photography. A great gift for a mother, sister, friend or even yourself.