Steichen, Edward - IN HIGH FASHION SEINE JAHRE BEI CONDÉ NAST 1923-1937 NEW IN PLASTIC!
Edward Steichen (Bivange, Luxembourg, 1879 - West Redding, Connecticut, 1973) was a photographer from adolescence. In 1902, he moved to Paris and photographed Auguste Rodin's studio until 1908. With Alfred Steiglitz, in 1905 he founded the famous Camera Work review which introduced Americans to French photographers. After the First World War, he turned to fashion photography and it was at the beginning of the 1920s that the magazine publisher Condé Nast asked him to become the main photographer of his group's publications: Vanity Fair, Vogue. .. More than 250 photographs - including 211 full-page - covering the period 1923 to 1937: fashion photographs and portraits of personalities from various artistic backgrounds are brought together in this beautiful catalog. Let us quote Joan Bennett, Charles Laughton, Luigi Pirandello, Colette, Annabella, Merle Oberon, Lilian Gish, Douglas Fairbanks, Katharine Hepburn, Ernst Lubitsch, Walt Disney, Marlene Dietrich, Frank lloyd Wright, Amelia Earhart, Loretta Young, Paul Morand, Maurice Chevalier, Charlie Chaplin, Gary Cooper ... And creations by Vionnet, Tiffany, Mauboussin, Chanel, Schiaparelli, Lelong, Cartier
hardcover : 288 pages
Dimensions : 26.5 x 31 x 3.5 cm
Publisher : Kunsthaus Zrich; Hatje Canz
Language: : German
isbn : 9783775720663
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