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Erven (Heirs) Fritz Pitz, 2006. Cloth-covered boards (hardcover) with photo-pictorial dustjacket, 23,5 x 19,5 cms., (124) pp. with 100 full-page illustrations (artists\' portraits). Edition: 500 copies. Rare. N° de ref. de la librería 23962
Título: Fritz Pitz: der Fotograf. AS NEW.
Editorial: Erven (Heirs) Fritz Pitz, 2006
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included
Descripción Bocholt, Erven (Heirs) Fritz Spitz, 2006, 2006. Bocholt, Erven (Heirs) Fritz Spitz, 2006. Cloth-covered cardboard slipcase, 53,5 x 46 x 14 cms., containing two portfolios, each 52 x 45 x 6 cms., both consisting of a book (Fritz Pitz De Fotograaf/De Kunstenaar, 23,5 x 19,5 cms., cloth-covered boards with photo-pictorial dustjacket, 124 + 99 pp., profusely illustrated) and ten (together twenty) barite prints, all with studio stamp, dated '2006', numbered by Jörg Pitz and Marion Pitz-Schallenberg. Very small edition of 12 copies, this being numbered '3/12'. The twenty barite prints, each 30 x 24 cms., showing: Serge Poliakoff, Pierre Soulages, Henry Moore, Georges Mathieu, Lynn Chadwick, César (Baldaccini), Hans Hartung, Paul Delvaux, André Masson, Emil Schuhmacher/Perlmutter, Constant (Nieuwenhuijs-Nieuwenhuys), Ger Lataster, Theo Wolvencamp, Jaap Wagemaker, Bram van Velde, Lucebert, Karel Appel, Anton Rooskens, Shinkichi Tajiri. All under passepartout. ADDED: Pitz, Fritz (1923-2006) - Wingen, Ed. Fritz Pitz: der Fotograf. Cloth-covered boards (hardcover) with photo-pictorial dustjacket, 23,5 x 19,5 cms., (124) pp. with 100 full-page illustrations (artists\ portraits). Edition: 500 copies. *Fritz Pitz began his artistic education with apprenticing in the parental photo studio. Afterwards, he studied photography and painting in Weimar. Soon, he established his reputation as a portrait photographer. His photographs were shown in international exhibitions since 1955. In 1963, he made his breakthrough with the commission to portray the artists of the Galerie de France in Paris. He was one of the first photographers in 1970 to exhibit at the Louvre. He became famous for portraits of well-known public characters as Salvador Dalí, Joseph Beuys, Henry Moore, David Hockney or Willy Brandt. He was a member of the Club of International Photographers, the Royal Photographic Society and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Photographie. Nº de ref. de la librería 23960