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Karl Struss, man with a camera the artist-photographer in New York and Hollywood ... Cranbrook Academy of Art/Museum ... [et al.] by Karl Struss

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Published by The Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Mich .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Subjects:

  • Struss, Karl, 1886-,
  • Photography, Artistic -- Exhibitions.,
  • Cinematographers -- Biography.,
  • Hollywood (Los Angeles, Calif.) -- Biography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 103-104.

Statement[exhibition organized, and catalogue prepared, researched, written, and edited by Susan and John Harvith].
ContributionsHarvith, Susan Edwards., Harvith, John., Cranbrook Academy of Art. Museum.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR647 .S88 1976
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 104 p. :
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4874799M
LC Control Number76001404

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KARL STRUSS: MAN WITH A CAMERA [SIGNED] signed first edition Cranbrook, Michigan. by Struss, Karl; Harvith, Susan and John [editors] Cranbrook, Michigan: Cranbrook Academy of Art/Museum, First Edition. square 8vo., pages; VG-; spine white with black lettering; paperback, some mild shelfwearsmall staining along lower rear board. Get this from a library! Karl Struss, man with a camera: the artist-photographer in New York and Hollywood Cranbrook Academy of Art/Museum [and others]. [Karl Struss; Susan Edwards Harvith; John Harvith; Cranbrook Academy of Art. Museum.]. Karl struss, man with a camera: the artist-photographer in new york and hollywood [Exhibition organized, and catalogue prepared, researched, written, and edited by susan and john harvith] Find a copy in the library. Karl Struss. Man with a Camera – This exhibition of original prints traces the photographer's year career from his early association with Clarence White to his move to Hollywood and his experimentation in the field of cinematography with new film and lighting techniques. Also on display are portraits of Struss by.

Karl Struss Edit Profile Karl Struss was an American photographer and a cinematographer of the s through the s. He was also one of the earliest pioneers of 3-D films. Susan and John Harvith, Karl Struss: Man with a Camera (Michigan, Cranbrook Academy of Art/Museum, , in conjunction with the exhibition), pl. 33 Catalogue Note As of this writing, it is believed that the print of Karl Struss's Metropolitan Tower Twilight offered here is the only print of the image in this large exhibition format to appear at auction.   Struss was a youthful 91 at the time, tall, distinguished with thick white hair, engaging and sharp of wit by accounts, and then the lone surviving member of Alfred Stieglitz ’s Photo-Secession group. His career as a pictorial photographer began in , when he studied photography with Clarence H. White. One of these is the cover of Karl Struss: Man with a Camera. I made a photograph of the poster of this traveling exhibition with the glass frame reflecting myself just below Struss’ head, a marker of the high regard I have for Struss, my own reflection in appropriately diminished proportion.

a young man, Karl Strussearned himself a niche in the history of early 20th-century photography, but he spent the rest of his life working as a Hollywood cinematographer. In New York before World War I, Struss the photographer embraced Pictorialism, the . KARL STRUSS: Man with a Camera. Cinematography in Iran. This is Lentfilm Studios. The "Compleat Film-maker" - From Titles to Features. Report from the Maine Photographic Workshops. Filming MT. ATHOS - THE FIRST THOUSAND YEARS". Behind the Scenes of "RUN FOR BLUE". The Photography of RUN FOR BLUE". The Surrealistic Shooting of "LE PINK Seller Rating: % positive. Karl Struss has been accurately described as "by temperament a pictorialist, by instinct an illusionist, and by accomplishment one of the great cameramen in the floridly creative quarter-century of filmmaking that followed The Birth of a Nation," and is probably best-known as the winner (along with Charles Rosher) of the first Academy Award for cinematography, for his . The Art of Camera Man Karl Struss. By Kenneth Turan. J still another aspect of Karl Strauss is on display. For Struss is also one of the last surviving members of the Photo.