Cover of: Clarence H. White. | White, Clarence H. Read Online
Share

Clarence H. White. by White, Clarence H.

  • 799 Want to read
  • ·
  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Aperture in Millerton, N.Y .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • White, Clarence H., 1871-1925.,
  • Photography, Artistic.,
  • Photographers -- United States -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 93-95.

SeriesThe Aperture history of photography series ; 11
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR653 .W5 1979
The Physical Object
Pagination95 p. :
Number of Pages95
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4565215M
ISBN 100893810193
LC Control Number77080019

Download Clarence H. White.

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

Boy with "Camera Work". , Platinum print x cm. Clarence H. White. More than any of his fellow Pictorialists, White excelled in making quiet luminous studies of home life, such as this picture of his son Maynard with an issue of Stieglitz’s new journal, Camera n and , twenty-seven images by White were reproduced as photogravures in Camera Work, including Clarence H. White and his World: The Art and Craft of Photography is the first exhibit in a generation to consider White’s contribution to the history of the medium. It presents his work in the context of his colleagues, his contemporaries in other arts, and his students, on view at the Davis Museum at Wellesley College through June 3rd, Artist: Clarence H. White (American, –) Date: Medium: Platinum print Accession: On view in: Not on view Girl in Black with Statuette Artist: Clarence H. White (American, –) Date: s Medium: Platinum print Accession: On view in: Not on view Obituary & Guest Book Preview for Clarence H. White: Email. Clarence H. White Obituary (Archived) Published in the Mobile Register and Baldwin County on Oct. 5, First 25 of words: J - Sep. 29, Major Clarence H. White (U.S. Army Ret.), was born J in Minden, LA and passed away ?pid=

  The Clarence H. White School of Photography Bonnie Yochelson Clarence Hudson White (–) is remembered today as a gifted Pictorial photographer whose talent was recognized and promoted by Alfred Stieglitz at the turn of the twenti-eth century. In , White moved from Ohio to [The artist's wife and sons: Maynard P. White, Jane Felix White, Lewis F. White, full-length portrait] [graphic] / Clarence H. White. Library of Congress referencedIn://w68k7cc9.   Clarence H. White ( ) became one of the most influential photography teachers of the 20th century: Margaret Bourke-White, Paul Outerbridge Jr., Dorothea Lange, and Karl Struss were among his students. When the Clarence H. White School of Photography opened in New York in , White had already been a photographer for two :// There are 26 phone book listings for people that are named Clarence White in Florida. These people are located in 25 cities. The cities are Alva FL, Atlantic Bch FL, Bartow FL, Belleview FL, Brandon FL, Chiefland FL, Dade City FL, Englewood FL, Eustis FL, Ft Lauderdale FL, Gainesville FL, Hollywood FL, Lutz FL, Melbourne FL, Miami FL, Minneola FL, Miramar FL, Orlando FL, Pt Charlotte FL, Punta

Genre/Form: Bildband Biographies Biografie Photography, Artistic Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: White, Clarence H., Clarence H. ://   As the book moves from the Pictorialism into Modernism many of the photographs are no longer platinum prints but sharper black and white and color images. This is a very helpful book about Clarence H. White and his style of photography and the schools he  › Books › Arts & Photography › Photography & Video. Photo, Print, Drawing Clarence H. White, jr., / CHW. [ digital file from original item ] Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of ://   Clarence H. White ( ) The Old Hester Tyler That I Knew Platinum print (glycerine-developed), approximately x 8 inches, / White planned this image as the last illustration for the short story "Beneath the Wrinkle" and included it in the portfolio he submitted to McClure's magazine. It depicts an elderly woman in an attic room, beside a trunk containing her few possessions