349pp , About the author :: Beaumont Newhall (Lynn , Massachusetts, June 22, 1908 - 26 Seeking February 1993) was an art historian , writer, curator and fotógrafo..A From 1935 he worked for the Museum Modern Art in New York where in 1937, and to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the invention of photography , Newhall organized a retrospective titled photography ( 1839-1937 ) . To accompany wrote a catalog of 100 sheets which later became his book History of Photography (The History of Photography, in English ) ... Between 1948 and 1958 he served as commissioner of the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House and as director of this between 1958 and 1971. It was through his work that the George Eastman House could muster one of the largest photographic collections of the world ... Beaumont Newhall , since its first edition in 1937 , this lucid and scholarly chronicle on History of photography has been hailed as a classic work. No other book and no other author has managed to relate the evolution of photographic art aesthetic and technical innovations with a combination of clarity , documentation and so intense enthusiasm. Using more than three hundred works whose authors are among other teachers as Talbot, Hill & Adamson, O? Sullivan , Cameron, Atget , Emerson, Stieglitz , Strand, Weston, Lange, Evans , Adams, Brassai , Cartier -Bresson , Callahan, Frank and Arbus, the author presents a fascinating and comprehensive study on the significant trends and developments that occurred in this expressive medium since the first photographs were made in 1839.Destacado author, teacher , lecturer and scholar, author of Beaumont Newhall other books, including The Daguerreotype in America , Frederick H. Evans, Latent Image , Airbome Camera ( with Nancy Newhall ) and Masters of Photography.
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