3 edition of Eliot Porter found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Martineau, Paul, 1967-, J. Paul Getty Museum|
|LC Classifications||TR721 .P6624 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012007727|
Eliot Porter by Eliot Porter, Martha A Sandweiss (Designer) starting at $ Eliot Porter has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This book was produced in conjunction with 'Eliot Porter', an exhibition organized by the Amon Carter Museum and shown at the Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, Octo January 3, ; the Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine, April June 5, ; the Huntsville Museum .
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Eliot Porter by Eliot Porter (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!/5(3). Intimate Landscapes, an exhibition of fifty-five color photographs by Eliot Porter, is the first one-man exhibition of color photographs ever presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Works by Eliot Porter entered the Museum's collection as far back as , when Georgia O'Keeffe presented from the Estate of Alfred Stieglitz an important collection of photographs assembled by Stieglitz himself.
The book was published in on the occasion of Porter’s first major retrospective at the Amon Carter museum, to which Porter would later bequeath his entire work, which is available to view at the extensive Eliot Porter online collection guide. It opens with a page autobiographical memoir which ranges from his early years, move to Santa. Get this from a library! Eliot Porter: in the realm of nature. [Paul Martineau; Eliot Porter; J. Paul Getty Museum.] -- "Features the work of Eliot Porter, known for his innovative techniques in color photography to produce images of birds and wilderness landscapes"
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"Eliot Porter", a coffee table-sized retrospective of the famed photographer's life and work, was published injust a few years before Porter's death.
It contains an extended autobiographical essay by Porter, sketching his worldwide photographic career, and a superb collection of over of his best photographs, with annotation of time, place, and subject.4/4(4). Eliot Porter has 48 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Eliot Porter’s most popular book is Nature's Chaos. Eliot Porter was one of the world's greatest nature photographers working in colour. Paul Martineau in his book has chosen 91 of Porter's photographs from the Greenberg & Steinhauser collections and the archive of Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
Porter pioneered in the field of colour print making using Kodak's dye transfer process/5(27). Eliot Porter book for books by Eliot Porter. See all books authored by Eliot Porter, including The West, and In Wildness Is the Preservation of the World, and more on As a big fan of Eliot Porter's color nature photography (so real it's surreal), I bought this book for his unique take on the strangest continent on the planet.
That Porter was nearing 75 years of age when he went to Antarctica on this NSF sponsored venture makes his accomplishment all the more amazing. This is some of his best work.4/5(1).
Eliot Porter book “Eliot Porter was one of the pioneers in the use of color photography, and the pioneer in portraying birds and other elements of the natural scene in color.”—Pasatiempo “The photo reproductions are, in a word, superb. [ ] If you own only one Eliot Porter book, this is the one to have.”— Online Photographer.
From the PublisherBrand: Getty Publications. Eliot Porter book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Known for his exquisite images of birds and landscape, Eliot Porter (Am /5. Photographer Eliot Porter left behind a rich legacy of nature photography, not least his collections of images taken in Maine.
"Summer Island: Penobscot Country" contains photographs taken mostly on Great Spruce Head Island in Penobscot Bay. The photos demonstrate Porter's mastery of his craft and his eye for all things great and small that /5(4).
My edition was published by Dutton in Ir is a handsome book with beautifully printed color photo reproductions. Although this is considered a photography book there is substantial text by Porter. He was a remarkable man with several successful professional careers/5. The ultimate tribute to Eliot Porter's long and stirring photographic career, Eliot Porter combines his life story with more than of his finest images color and /5.
In his lifetime, Porter produced twenty-five books, including one that he worked on for much of his life, Birds of North America: A Personal Selection ().
In Wildness Is The Preservation Of The World - Selections & Photographs By Eliot Porter by Eliot Porter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Porter credited his father, James Porter, with instilling in him a love for nature as well as a commitment to scientific rigor.
An amateur photographer since childhood, Eliot Porter found early inspiration photographing the birds on Maine's Great Spruce Head Island owned by his : December 6,Winnetka, Illinois, United States.
Eliot Porter developed a vision of the landscape that looked closer, caught the natural chaos of the wild but in a way that showed the hidden structures. He is the forefather of colour landscape photography and anyone who calls themselves a landscape photographer should at least be aware of.
Eliot Porter is also the author of such popular books as the widely acclaimed The Tree Where Man Was Born: The African Experience (with Peter Matthiessen), The Greek World, Down the Colerado, and Birds of North America.
2 Kg. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller |. Eliot Porter was born in the Chicago suburb of Winnetka, Illinois, the second of five children in an upper-middle-class family. His father, an amateur architect and natural history enthusiast, managed the family’s Chicago real estate and infused in his children a love of learning and the sciences.
Eliot Porter ( - ) American Appalachia, Africa, Iceland, Antarctica, and China were the subject of books and portfolios. Porter had numerous individual exhibitions at major institutions, and his extensive awards included the Conservation Award from the U.S.
Department of the Interior, the Gold Medal of the Academy of Natural. by John B. Rohrbach, Eliot Porter, W. Powell Cottrille, Amon Carter Museum Of Western Art ISBN () Softcover, Amon Carter Museum, Eliot Porter is sort of the Ansel Adams, but in color.
The colors in the book have not withstand the challenges of time. This will not go out on the coffee table/5(7).
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