Dust jacket notes: New England's 'certain slant of light' has captivated not only Emily Dickinson and generations of other beloved poets and painters but also a. .A very good book about the history of photography in New England. The copy that I received was in very good condition.
Dust jacket notes: New England's 'certain slant of light' has captivated not only Emily Dickinson and generations of other beloved poets and painters but also a long line of distinguised photographers. How and why these men and women aimed their cameras at the people.
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Home Robinson, William F. A Certain Slant of Light: The First Hundred . Mullen Books maintains a very active computerized inventory which grows by 2-300 titles per week. A Certain Slant of Light: The First Hundred Years of New England. Discusses cultural and scientific history in New England from 1839-1950, covering the topics of medicine, meteorology, and astronomy, as well as photography. Bookseller Inventory 107897. Ask Seller a Question. Our specialties include the Humanities, with an emphasis on Art, Architecture, Photography, Decorative Arts, History, Periodicals related to those areas. We have very rare as well as fairly common titles.
The photographer's eye. John Szarkowski. Diana & nikon: essays on the aesthetics of photography. Robert H. Getscher, "A CERTAIN SLANT OF LIGHT: THE FIRST HUNDRED YEARS OF NEW ENGLAND PHOTOGRAPHY. William F. Robinson THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S EYE. John Szarkowski DIANA & NIKON: ESSAYS ON THE AESTHETICS OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Janet Malcolm," ARLIS/NA Newsletter 9, no. 1 (DECEMBER 1980): 28-29.
William Robinson, author of ''A Certain Slant of Light: The First Hundred Years of New England Photography,'' will serve as moderator
William Robinson, author of ''A Certain Slant of Light: The First Hundred Years of New England Photography,'' will serve as moderator. Panel members include Alan Trachtenberg of Yale, Roger Watson of the George Eastman House Museum, Lucy Bowditch of the College of St. Rose, and Matthew Isenberg, a collector and author. The method of producing images without a negative, invented in 1839, was chosen by Augustus Washington as his life's work. Out of some 49 of his daguerreotypes believed to be in existence, 33 are in the exhibition
Personal Name: Robinson, William . 1946-. New York Graphic Society, (c)1980.
Personal Name: Robinson, William . Physical Description: 243 p. : ill. ;, 26 cm.
Robinson, William F. A Certain Slant of Light: The First Hundred Years of New England Photography. Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1980. p. 59. Naef, Weston J. Counterparts: Form and Emotion in Photographs. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1982. no. 16. Pierce, Sally. Whipple and Black: Commercial Photographers in Boston. Boston: Boston Athenaeum, 1987. Timeline of Art History. Essays The Daguerreian Era and Early American Photography on Paper, 1839-1860. Timelines The United States and Canada, 1800-1900 .
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