Photography

  • Albert Renger-Patzsch: Joy before the object, essay by Donald Kuspit by RENGER-PATZSCH, Albert
    RENGER-PATZSCH, Albert
    Albert Renger-Patzsch: Joy before the object, essay by Donald Kuspit

    New York, Aperture, in association with Philadelphia Museum of Art c1993<br/><br/> 79pp, b/w photographs throughout, 8vo, pbk. Very good indeed. ISBN 0893815594. This is the first major publication in English on this influential German photographer, who is one of the founders of modern European photography.

    Stock ID: 14104
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  • An Inner Silence: by (CARTIER-BRESSON) SIRE, Agnès and NANCY, Jean-Luc
    (CARTIER-BRESSON) SIRE, Agnès and NANCY, Jean-Luc
    An Inner Silence: The portraits of Henri Cartier-Bresson

    London Thames and Hudson 2010<br/><br/> 158 + (2)pp Illustrated with full b/w single sided photographs. First paperback edition. Small 4to. Fine. A selection of Cartier-Bresson's memorable portraits, including diverse subjects including as Pablo Picasso, Carl Jung, Marilyn Monroe, Truman Capote, Lucian Freud, Susan Sontag, Coco Chanel, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Che Guevara.

    Stock ID: 16546
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  • Ancient and Modern by EGGLESTON William
    EGGLESTON William
    Ancient and Modern

    London: Johnathan Cape 1992<br/><br/> 167pp with many colour photos throughout. Long 4to in cloth with bright dw. Vg indeed. Published to coincide with an exhibition in the Barbican Art Gallery in London, this beautifully produced text, complete with remarks by the artist and a foreword by Mark Holborn, is the first collection of Eggleston's work in sequence from the beginning of his career.

    Stock ID: 11139
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  • Belleville Menilmontant by RONIS Willy ORLAN Pierre Mac,
    RONIS Willy ORLAN Pierre Mac,
    Belleville Menilmontant

    Paris, Arthaud 1954<br/><br/> First edition, first printing. 4to. With dust wrapper and yellow band wrap around. 128 pages. 96 photos. Text/Introduction: Pierre Mac Orlan. Layout: Roger Excoffon. Text in French. Superb photogravure plates. Head and base of spine slightly rubbed else a very good copy. Contemporary with Cartier Bresson, Kertesz etc Ronis was,during the 40s and 50s, importatns in documenting social life, especially the working people of Paris.

    Stock ID: 17814
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  • Goodbye Babe and Amen: A Saraband for the Sixties by BAILEY. David, EVANS. Peter,
    BAILEY. David, EVANS. Peter,
    Goodbye Babe and Amen: A Saraband for the Sixties

    London Condé Nast Publications, 1969<br/><br/> 2240pp illustrated with b/w plates. Large 4to. Very good in slightly worn dust wrapper. Features many famous people of the time including John Lennon, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Brigitte Bardot, David Hockney, Keith Richard, Peter Sellers, Jean Shrimpton, Barbra Streisand, Andy Warhol, Franco Zeffirelli and many, many more . Cult book of its day and revealing the key figures of the "Swinging Sixties".

    Stock ID: 18244
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  • In Whose Name: The Islamic World after 9/11 by ABBAS
    ABBAS
    In Whose Name: The Islamic World after 9/11

    London Thames and Hudson 2009<br/><br/> 272pp illustrated with b/w photographs. Like new. Fine with dust wrapper. Spurred on by the collapse of the World Trade Center, New York, Abbas began an exploration of Islamic culture illustrated in this massive and wide ranging survey.

    Stock ID: 16549
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  • Let Truth be the Prejudice: W. Eugene Smith, his Life and Photographs by (SMITH) MADDOW, Ben
    (SMITH) MADDOW, Ben
    Let Truth be the Prejudice: W. Eugene Smith, his Life and Photographs

    Aperture/ Philadelphia Museum of Art 1985<br/><br/> First edition. 240pp, b/w illus throughout. Large 4to. Fine in similar dust wrapper. Compendious and richly illustrated biography of this influential photojournalist. Published to accompany a major retrospective touring exhibition. Unread.

    Stock ID: 16555
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  • (PARR, Martin) PHILLIPS, Sandra S.
    Martin Parr

    Phaidon 2007<br/><br/> (1) colour frontispiece + 13pp + 55 colour/ b/w plates with captions. Small 4to boards with illustrated dust wrapper. Very good copy. Chronological overview of Parr's work, spanning from 1972- 2006. Text by Sandra S. Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

    Stock ID: 19517
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  • Photographs of Interior of House Adolf Meyer Lowenthal's house in Cologne by 19th CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES OF A HOUSE INTERIOR SCHMITZ Anslem, (photographer) (1839-1903)
    19th CENTURY PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES OF A HOUSE INTERIOR SCHMITZ Anslem, (photographer) (1839-1903)
    Photographs of Interior of House Adolf Meyer Lowenthal's house in Cologne

    Cologne 1894<br/><br/> 9 sepia photographs on thin collodian paper, each measuring 380x305mm. Mounted on dark card mounts with photographer's details on verso. Mounts sl. bumped at corners. Images generally vg, though a little faded. Repairs made to the glass plate negatives have resulted in small dark blemishes on the photographs. Contained within dark green morocco folio, worn at edges, with ribbon ties and paste down label. A collection of remarkably early photographs of a townhouse in Cologne, belonging to Adolf Meyer Lowenthal and his wife. The four large images (each has multiple copies) depict a suite of interconnected rooms, including a bedroom and sitting/reception rooms. The Lowenthals were the parents of Frida (1847-1923), who married the chemist and industrialist and…

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    Cologne 1894<br/><br/> 9 sepia photographs on thin collodian paper, each measuring 380x305mm. Mounted on dark card mounts with photographer's details on verso. Mounts sl. bumped at corners. Images generally vg, though a little faded. Repairs made to the glass plate negatives have resulted in small dark blemishes on the photographs. Contained within dark green morocco folio, worn at edges, with ribbon ties and paste down label. A collection of remarkably early photographs of a townhouse in Cologne, belonging to Adolf Meyer Lowenthal and his wife. The four large images (each has multiple copies) depict a suite of interconnected rooms, including a bedroom and sitting/reception rooms. The Lowenthals were the parents of Frida (1847-1923), who married the chemist and industrialist and philanthropist Ludwig Mond in 1866 and moved to England shortly after. He set up Brunner, Mond & Co. with John Tomlinson Brunner. (Later became ICI). Frida became prominent in literary and artistic circles, and, with her husband, built a large collection of artworks and literary memorabilia. These photographs show a house full of portraits and artistic objects, no doubt contributing to her passions. These photographs, later in the possession of her son, Robert Mond, may have reminded her of their origins. They are lovely, high quality images, taken by the prolific and well known photographer Anselm Schmitz (1839-1903), most famous for his work on Cologne Cathedral and recording the city walls before they were demolished in 1883.

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    Stock ID: 18118
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  • Prison Landscapes by EMDUR Alyse
    EMDUR Alyse
    Prison Landscapes

    London Four Corners Books 2012<br/><br/> Colour photographs and ills throughout, and some b/w reproductions of letters. Decorated firm card covers. Small 4to. Vg. Collection of over 100 images of the little-known genre of painting and portraiture, of prison inmates representing themselves in front of visiting room backdrops. Inspired by the author's visit to her brother in prison in her youth.

    Stock ID: 16409
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  • Return, Afganistan by ZALMAï (photography), LUBBERS Ruud (foreward), MOREAU Ron (essay)
    ZALMAï (photography), LUBBERS Ruud (foreward), MOREAU Ron (essay)
    Return, Afganistan Retour, Afganistan

    New York Aperture Foundation 2004<br/><br/> [126] with 77 large colour photographs. Long 4to in decorated boards. New title. An artistic, unflinching documentation of the challenge facing Afganistan's refugees as they return to their country and begin to rebuild. Parallel English/French text.

    Stock ID: 9328
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  • Sanctuary: The temples of Angkor by McCURRY, Steve (introduction by John Guy)
    McCURRY, Steve (introduction by John Guy)
    Sanctuary: The temples of Angkor

    London Phaidon 2002<br/><br/> First edition. Colour plates throughout. Long 4to. Fine in dust wrapper. Signed by the author and dated Dublin 2011. Beautifully produced photographic study of this important archaeological and World Heritage Site. A less harrowing perspective of the world than is usually portrayed in McCurry's images. Signed on the verso of front end paper.

    Stock ID: 16581
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  • Soundings: Cross Channel Photographic Mission by ALISON Jane and LARDINOIS Brigitte
    ALISON Jane and LARDINOIS Brigitte
    Soundings: Cross Channel Photographic Mission

    London, Lund Humphries 1994<br/><br/> 108pp with many colour and b/w illustrations. Small oblong 4to in stiff card wraps, vg indeed. the results of projects carried out simultaneously in England and France in reaction to the opening of the Channel Tunnel. A fascinating record of a 'borderland' at the end of the twentieth century. With contributions by Kenneth Baird, Simone Cannetty-Clarke, Huw Davies, Anna Fox, Julian Germain, Malcolm Glover, Peter Kennard, Karen Knorr, Patrick Sutherland, Paul Trevor and Janine Weidel, plus an introduction by Neal Ascherson.

    Stock ID: 7808
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  • Suan Meiselas In History by [MEISELAS] LUBBEN, Christan (editor)
    [MEISELAS] LUBBEN, Christan (editor)
    Suan Meiselas In History

    New York Steidl: International Center for Photography 2008<br/><br/> 356pp illustrate with b/w and colour plates. Fine. Challenging images supported by essays by Lucy Lippard, David Levi Strauss, Allan Sekula and others.

    Stock ID: 16615
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  • Sulom Voe Photographs by LOCKRANE Eric [1942-2007]
    LOCKRANE Eric [1942-2007]
    Sulom Voe Photographs

    nd c<br/><br/> 11 undated contact prints each 150x200mm /6 x 8 inches recording Sulom Voe. [The an inlet between North Mainland and Northmavine on Shetland in Scotland] He was a gifted illustrator and photographer and became head of illustration at Staffordshire (North Staffs Polytechnic). These photographs were probably taken in the late 1960s or early 1970. He was a protégé of Bruce Bernard at the Sunday Times, but worked for numerous other London magazines during the 1960s and 70s. Each stamped on verso with copyright of Design Council and with Eric Lockrane's name on verso of each. The images combine landscape views of the area and close ups showing the detritus of the area.

    Stock ID: 18853
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  • The fat baby by RICHARDS, Eugene
    RICHARDS, Eugene
    The fat baby

    London Phaidon <br/><br/> 432pp illustrated 4to Fine in dust wrapper. Like new. A collection of poignant and often controversial stories photographed and written by acclaimed social documentary photographer Eugene Richards. He became a member of Magnum Photos in 1978, but left in 1994 to work independently. His style has set the standard and the trend for leading photojournalists such as James Nachtwey and Gilles Peress. His earlier career as social worker has influenced his subject matter.

    Stock ID: 16638
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  • The Opulent Eye: Late Victorian and Edwardian Taste in Interior Design by (LEMERE) COOPER Nicholas
    (LEMERE) COOPER Nicholas
    The Opulent Eye: Late Victorian and Edwardian Taste in Interior Design

    London, The Architectural Press 1980 (1977)<br/><br/> 258pp with 200 b/w plates. Very good in dust wrapper. Collection of stunning photographs of interiors taken by the architectural photographer Bedford Lemere (1864-1944) working on commission for the affluent middle classes. Focusing on the period 1890-1914, and depicting many houses no longer extant, the plates are accompanied by introductory material and detailed annotations by Cooper. A remarkable insight into fashionable interiors of the period.

    Stock ID: 16684
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  • Untitled: Four original photographs by (BLACKPOOL GUEST HOUSE) DEARDEN
    (BLACKPOOL GUEST HOUSE) DEARDEN
    Untitled: Four original photographs

    Arthur Dearden <br/><br/> Mounted on stiff card, four original photographs with impress of the photographer beneath the photographs and address. Arthur Dearman of 46 Church Street Blackpool. images 180x230mm 7 x 9 inches, mounts are 310x 230mm. [12 x10 inches] The images reveal the cluttered end of the 19th century look of a guest house. Long dining tables fill the main room with bentwood and other dining chairs in brown furniture style and there are images of the key living rooms including a large sitting room packed with pictures, rugs and cushions etc. Deardon evidently had a photography business also taking cabinet photographs and portraits.

    Stock ID: 17786
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  • SAYER Philip
    Untitled: Original Photographs of the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Centre

    1972<br/><br/> 10 b/w large contact prints 220 x260mm - 7x9 inches showing the exterior facade of the old theatre and new extension. ( 1 shows the exterior of the Old Vic and new centre + 3 showing interior of the old auditorium and 6 showing interiors of the new studio theatre centre [New Vic] designed by Peter Moro and Partners. Striking images by Philip Sayer with his stamp or name on verso together with the date (Dec 1972) and stamp of the Design Council on each. Very good set of images. In 2012 the theatre complex completed the first phase of a £19 million refurbishment, increasing seating capacity and providing up to ten flexible performance spaces thus these images provide…

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    1972<br/><br/> 10 b/w large contact prints 220 x260mm - 7x9 inches showing the exterior facade of the old theatre and new extension. ( 1 shows the exterior of the Old Vic and new centre + 3 showing interior of the old auditorium and 6 showing interiors of the new studio theatre centre [New Vic] designed by Peter Moro and Partners. Striking images by Philip Sayer with his stamp or name on verso together with the date (Dec 1972) and stamp of the Design Council on each. Very good set of images. In 2012 the theatre complex completed the first phase of a £19 million refurbishment, increasing seating capacity and providing up to ten flexible performance spaces thus these images provide insights into the previous arrangements. The Peter Moro scheme has been demolished in favour of a new scheme by Haworth Tompkins who won the Stirling Prize for their work on the project.

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    Stock ID: 18854
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  • [SOUTHAMPTON MONUMENTAL MASONS]
    Untitled: Two photographs of the works entrance and buildings and of Garret and Haysom Monumental and General Masons, East Street, Southampton

    <br/><br/> Image I Sepia photograph 190x250mm landscape, illustrating the works entrance when John Garret was sole owner and is therefore before 1877 when he went into partnership with George Haysom. Image 2 sepia 250x290 portrait illustrating the entrance to the works with the offices reconstructed in Edwardian style. Image undated c1910. Two fine documentary photographs the earlier of the two slightly faded. Second photograph removed from an album with other Southampton buildings on verso (unidentified). The firm created amongst other works the monument to the Pilgrim Fathers at Town Quay and the memorial fountain to the Titanic Crew Members in Holy Road.

    Stock ID: 18759
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