Fb2 Photography's beginnings: A visual history featuring the collection of Wm. B. Becker ePub
by William B. Becker,John B. Cameron
|Author:||William B. Becker,John B. Cameron|
|Publisher:||University of New Mexico Press; First Edition edition (January 1991)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1504 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1836 kb|
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Photography's Beginnings : A Visual History. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780826312495. Release Date: December 1990.
If you enjoy early photography, collections of old photographs, the history of the .
If you enjoy early photography, collections of old photographs, the history of the craft, and anything else that has to do with the art and history of photography, you can find it in one of the books listed below. Most of these are from the collection of Lucien Treillard, a personal friend who worked with the artist over many years cataloguing and archiving his photographs.
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William B. Becker - Before there were selfies, there were portraits and William B. Becker is a photo-historian who captured . Debuting at the MIT Museum's Kurtz Gallery for Photography in America, William B. Becker's work spans the past four decades. Becker is a photo-historian who captured the first portraits ever made . This particular exhibit, however, only shows 100 of William B. Becker's portraits. Cool Hunting that many of them "originated during the daguerreotype boom of the 1840s and '50s. They are all full of unique qualities.
Roundtable speakers: photography collectors William B. Becker, Dan Colucci and Greg French; moderated . Shown below are two Gem Cameras (lower left and right cameras) from the collection of the late, Wayne Cogan
Roundtable speakers: photography collectors William B. Becker, Dan Colucci and Greg French; moderated by Francois Brunet, Professor of American Studies and the History of Photography at the University of Paris; and Gary Van Zante, Curator of Architecture, Design and Photography at the MIT Museum. Shown below are two Gem Cameras (lower left and right cameras) from the collection of the late, Wayne Cogan. These are fairly difficult cameras to find these days and not many examples survive.