Holub, Leo - Photographer
This books contains 125 of Leo Holub's best black and white photographic images taken over a forty year period. In those forty years, Leo Holub's life "happened" in two places, San Francisco and Stanford University.
Leo Millard Holub (25 November 1916 – 28 April 2010) was an American photographer and graphic artist, famous for his landscapes and architectural images of San Francisco, and photographs of Yosemite, his contemporaries and close friends included Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham.
He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the California School of Fine Arts. He came to Stanford in 1960, working first in the Planning Department and then in 1969 creating the photography program in the department of art, at the invitation of Lorenz Eitner, head of the department. Holub taught for 11 years, retiring as senior lecturer of photography, emeritus, in 1980.
Publisher: Stanford Alumni Association, Stanford; 1st Edition (January 1, 1982)
Hardcover: 148 pages
Item weight: 1728gr
Dimensions: -XXL book