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Roman VISHNIAC 1974 ICP / Grossman SIGNED

Roman VISHNIAC 1974 ICP / Grossman SIGNED

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In 1904, Roman Vishniac was a boy and he received for his seventh birthday a camera and a microscope. Allying his passion for the biology and the biology and zoology he combine the camera with the lenses of the microscope to make visible what the eyes cannot see. From 1951 he will dedicate itself exclusively to macrophotography and microphotography as well as a leading scientific career.
This book edited by the International Center of Photography (ICP) is half dedicated to the scientific photography (mainly in color) and half to the disappeared world in black and white photographs from the Jexs of the Eastern Europe before the Holocaust.
Vishniac's photography has been exhibited worldwide, for which he has been described as "one of the world's foremost photomicrographers".
Vishniac's photography has been exhibited worldwide, for which he has been described as "one of the world's foremost photomicrographers".
60 photographs in black and white and 20 colour photographs with an essay by Eugène Kinkead.

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Topics :

  • Monograph

Language :

French

Editor :

Grossman Publishers

Signature :

Photographer signature

State :

Very Good

Dustjacket state :

Without

Edition :

1st Edition

Binding :

Soft Cover without dustjacket

Size (in) :

6 x 8

Pages number :

96

Signed :

Yes

Price :

300.00 €

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