Part 2 of my lecture on Hollywood glamour photography, given at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.
Part 1 of my lecture on Hollywood glamour photography, given at the Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco.
Spotlighting Armenian-Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh and his Portraits of Greatness.
Shining the spotlight on British-American photographer George Douglas’ trip to Tickerage Mill in 1965, in partnership with the George Douglas Archive in Brighton.
A couple of years ago, London’s National Portrait Gallery mounted a major exhibition in partnership with the John Kobal Foundation titled Glamour of the Gods, a photographic retrospective paying tribute to some of the greatest portrait photographers in Hollywood history. Among those included were Laszlo Willinger, George Hurrell, Robert Coburn, and perhaps the greatest of them all, Clarence Sinclair Bull.
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