Lartigue, Jacques-Henri - Les Grands Maitres de la photo 1983 No.1: Lartigue
A special issue of French photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue. From the work of the time when he released the shutter as a hobby, the work since his debut as a photographer before the age of 70 is posted. The dynamism that he often takes in his amateur days, such as airplanes, cars, and other vehicles, and the photographs of women doing something, is very impressive.
Jacques Henri Lartigue (Courbevoie, June 13, 1894 - Nice, September 12, 1986) was a French photographer and painter. Is known for his 'frozen' action photos of car races, airplanes, jumping, falling, and running people and of fashionable Parisian women; photos he took around 1910. Although best known as a photographer, Lartigue was also a very talented painter.
Publisher: Union des Editions Modernes; 1st edition (1983)
Softcover: 64 pages
Item weight: 285 g
Dimensions: 29 x 22,5 cm