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Author: Harold Cazneaux
ISBN: 0642106118
ISBN13: 978-0642106117
Language: English
Publisher: National Library of Australia (1994)
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Items related to Harold Cazneaux: The quiet observer. Harold Cazneaux created photographs of lasting artistic value. The book contains fascinating photographs that reflect a uniquely Australian time and place. Harold Cazneaux Harold Cazneaux: The quiet observer. This selection illustrates his versatility, his fascination with the qualities of sunlight and shadow, and his projection of a uniquely Australian sense of time and place. Drawn largely from the National Library?s rich collection and complemented by exhibition prints owned by the Cazneaux family and other collections, this superb publication brings together over 50 exceptional photographs.

Harold Pierce Cazneaux (1878–1953) was born in Wellington, New Zealand, the son of an. .

Harold Pierce Cazneaux (1878–1953) was born in Wellington, New Zealand, the son of an English photographer and Australian miniature painter. The family moved to Adelaide in the 1890s. Cazneaux attended a local state school and then worked in his father’s studio. Dupain, Max (e., Cazneaux : photographs by Harold Cazneaux, 1878-1953, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 1978. Edwards, Zeny, Sunlight & shadow: the lifework of Harold Cazneaux, Wild & Woolley, Sydney, 1996.

Harold Cazneaux (30 March 1878 – 19 June 1953) was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian photographic history

Harold Cazneaux (30 March 1878 – 19 June 1953) was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian photographic history. In 1916, he was a founding member of the Pictorialist Sydney Camera Circle. As a regular participator in national and international exhibitions, Cazneaux was unfaltering in his desire to contribute to the discussion about the photography of his times.

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Harold Pierce Cazneaux (1878-1953) is regarded as Australia's leading pictorial or art photographer. Described by Max Dupain as the father of modern Australian photography, his influence has been profound. Cazneaux's work is celebrated for its embrace of natural light, which he saw as a key element in developing photographs with a distinctly Australian character. His extensive and versatile photographic work - from city views and landscapes to portraiture - is a testament to his innovation, passion and drive to take photography as an art to the world

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Harold Cazneaux would soon become the artistic accelerant for much early twentieth century Australian photography. Over fifty years, Cazneaux liberated the camera from its cautious, tripod-mounted beginnings, producing photographs with dynamic compositions and restrained humanism. Looking carefully at his 1904 self-portrait, devoid of Pictorialist soft focus, we recognise a handsome, alert twenty six year old man, confidently carrying a compact, hand-held bellows camera, who would soon leave Adelaide to work for Freeman Studios in Sydney.

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