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After Ninety: Imogen Cunningham
After Ninety is the third book by Imogen Cunningham. With an introduction by photographer Mararetta Mitchell, this book sets out to share the joys, life and work of older individuals.
Imogen Cunningham: 1883-1976
This extraordinary publication is beautifully printed by Taschen and edited by Manfred Heiting. Richard Lorenz has written a decisive essay for this 250 page publication.
Imogen Cunningham: Flora
This book presents a stunning selection of Cunningham's botanical images, dating from 1913 to the 1970s. Botanical notes on plants illustrated in the plates, a well as a chronology of Cunningham's life and a selected bibliography.
Imogen Cunningham: Ideas Without End
Ideas without End offers the first complete retrospective of 100 of Cunningham's photographs -- the majority of which have never been published -- from her earliest efforts at the turn of the century to the many now-famous images.
Imogen Cunningham: On the Body
In an illustrated essay accompanying the plates, Richard Lorenz traces Cunningham's interest in the human form throughout her long career and shows that, even when influenced by the broad currents in photographic history, Cunningham maintained a powerful aesthetic independence. A chronology of Cunningham's life and a selected bibliography are included.
Imogen Cunningham: Photographs
First published in 1970, this book is an early exploration of the work of Imogen Cunningham. Published by University of Washington Press, with an introduction by Margery Mann.
Imogen Cunningham: Portraiture - 2nd
Cunningham's refreshingly informal approach results in a collection of open, honest portraits of the notable people of her time, including Dorothea Lange, Sherwood Anderson, Gertrude Stein, and Gary Grant. Along with the quiet dignity that pervades her work, there is an abiding sense of humanity and a touch of whimsy.
Imogen Cunningham: Selected Texts and Bibliography
This book is an excellent reference text for the life and work of Imogen Cunningham. As part of the World Photographers Reference Series, Volume 2, editor Amy Rule has brought together a wonderful collection of texts by Imogen Cunningham.
Imogen Cunningham: The Modernist Years
This book, published by Treville is a bilingual Japanese/English publication. Hardback, first edition. New, in excellent condition.
Imogen Cunningham: The Poetry of Form
The Poetry of Form is a large, German/English bilingual publication, celebrating the full photographic life of Imogen Cunningham. Published in 1993 by Fotographie Forum Frankfurt, with a preface by P. Celina Lunsford and an introduction by Pradip Malde. Softback. 88 images.
Imogen! Imogen Cunningham Photographs 1910 - 1973
This book shares more than sixty years in the remarkable career of Imogen Cunningham. Introduction by Margery Mann.
Mother's Days: Imogen Cunningham
This book began an as gallery exhibition and evolved into this publication. A tender book which photographically describes Imogen Cunningham's three sons; family photographs taken over several years from the eye of a great photographer.
Notecards - Boxed Set of 20 Cards
This set of 20 notecards and envelopes are in a boxed set.
Portrait of Imogen DVD
The documentary DVD, Portrait of Imogen, was directed by Meg Partridge, Imogen's granddaughter. Presenting over 250 photographs, the film is a virtual visit with Imogen as she reveals how she carved out her impressive career while maintaining a household and raising a family.
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