John Gutmann Part 2

« John Gutmann (1905–1998) was one of America’s most distinctive photographers. Born in Germany where he trained as an artist and art teacher, he fled the Nazis in 1933 and settled in San Francisco, reinventing himself as a photo-journalist. Gutmann captured images of American culture, celebrating signs of a vibrant democracy, however imperfect. His own status as an outsider—a Jew in Germany, a naturalized citizen in the United States—informed his focus on individuals from the Asian-American, African-American, and gay communities, as well as his photography in India, Burma, and China during World War II. Gutmann’s interests in painting and filmmaking, his collections of non-Western art and artifacts, and his pedagogy, all figure in a body of work at once celebratory and mysterious.

Gutmann was born to prosperous German-Jewish parents, in Breslau, Germany (since 1945, Wrocław, Poland). At age twenty-two, he graduated from the regional Academy of Arts and Crafts, where he studied with leading Expressionist painter Otto Müller. In 1927 Gutmann moved to Berlin, where he taught art to schoolchildren, participated in group exhibitions, and in 1931 had a solo show at the prestigious Gurlitt Gallery. However, his career was interrupted by the rise to power of the National Socialists in early 1933. While his family made plans to immigrate to New York, Gutmann set out on his own with San Francisco as his destination, and photography as his new profession. Before departing Germany, he acquired a Rolleiflex camera, hastily shot three rolls of film, and managed to secure a contract from the Berlin office of Presse-Photo. Making the most of a bad situation, he explored a new life as a foreign correspondent who would supply the very modern European illustrated press with views and reports from the American West.

By 1936, he had broken his contract with the Berlin press agency and made a new one with Pix in New York. By 1937, he had begun to teach art regularly at San Francisco College (later San Francisco State University), and this became his primary profession after a World War II era stint in the U.S. army. Gutmann retired his professorship in 1973 and began to reassess his body of work, sorting through boxes of negatives and making new prints of selected examples from the 1930s. It was a well-timed exercise: not only did Gutmann’s images satisfy a growing historical appetite for Depression-era photography, they also seemed compatible with certain kinds of experimental photography then emerging in the contemporary art scene. Before his death in 1998, Gutmann had seen his work featured in gallery and museum exhibitions, catalogues, and monographs.

By bequeathing his rich archive of nearly 5000 modern photographic prints, negatives, tearsheets, letters, and some drawings and early art prints to the CCP, John Gutmann has left us with the task of pursuing the rich knots, braids, tangles and threads in his complex life and work that unfolded over a most tumultuous and provocative century of modernity  » By ccp

John Gutmann-Arm-Breast Abstract, 1935

John Gutmann-Arm-Breast Abstract, 1935 click on for full size

John Gutmann-Naked Save the Veil,1939

John Gutmann-Naked Save the Veil,1939

John Gutmann-Naked Breasts, Covered Face, 1939

John Gutmann-Naked Breasts, Covered Face, 1939

John Gutmann-Her Breasts in My Robe, 1937

John Gutmann-Her Breasts in My Robe, 1937

John Gutmann-Two Nudes Attracted,1937

John Gutmann-Two Nudes Attracted,1937

John Gutmann-Lesbian Foreplay, 1937

John Gutmann-Lesbian Foreplay, 1937

John Gutmann-Love Play, 1937

John Gutmann-Love Play, 1937

John Gutmann- elevation ,1935

John Gutmann- elevation ,1935

John Gutmann-Two Beauties, 1935

John Gutmann-Two Beauties, 1935

John Gutmann-Striped Sweater on Blanket, Oregon, 1934 -

John Gutmann-Striped Sweater on Blanket, Oregon, 1934

John Gutmann-Obsessive Fixation, 1935

John Gutmann-Obsessive Fixation, 1935

John Gutmann-Light Through Shades on Ruthie, 1935

John Gutmann-Light Through Shades on Ruthie, 1935

John Gutmann-Upside-Down Nude in Studio, 1937

John Gutmann-Upside-Down Nude in Studio, 1937

John Gutmann-Profile Torso,1937

John Gutmann-Profile Torso,1937

John Gutmann-Celestial Body, 1935

John Gutmann-Celestial Body, 1935

John Gutmann-Woman-Body, 1935

John Gutmann-Woman-Body, 1935

John Gutmann-Breast and Steel, 1934

John Gutmann-Breast and Steel, 1934

John Gutmann-Nude on Studio Couch, Contacts on Wall, 1935 -

John Gutmann-Nude on Studio Couch, Contacts on Wall, 1935 –

John Gutmann-Billy on My Couch, 1935

John Gutmann-Billy on My Couch, 1935

John Gutmann-Nude on Couch, 1937

John Gutmann-Nude on Couch, 1937

John Gutmann-Long Hair, 1937 - Copie

John Gutmann-Long Hair, 1937

John Gutmann-Looking Down at Nude Akiko, 1934

John Gutmann-Looking Down at Nude Akiko, 1934

John Gutmann-Sex and Crime,1935

John Gutmann-Sex and Crime,1935

John Gutmann-Eyes, 1939

John Gutmann-Eyes, 1939

John Gutmann-Irene in Pillbox Cowled, 1939

John Gutmann-Irene in Pillbox Cowled, 1939

John Gutmann-Eye of Seduction, 1939

John Gutmann-Eye of Seduction, 1939

John Gutmann-Young Eyes, Flowers for the Prom, 1940

John Gutmann-Young Eyes, Flowers for the Prom, 1940

John Gutmann-In the Background-The Pimp, New Orleans, 1937

John Gutmann-In the Background-The Pimp, New Orleans, 1937

John Gutmann-Li in Round Hat, 1937

John Gutmann-Li in Round Hat, 1937

John Gutmann-Laura, 1934

John Gutmann-Laura, 1934

John Gutmann-Beautiful Vanessae, 1935

John Gutmann-Beautiful Vanessae, 1935

John Gutmann-Friedel, Berlin, 1935

John Gutmann-Friedel, Berlin, 1935

John Gutmann-Memory of Friedel, Berlin, 1937

John Gutmann-Memory of Friedel, Berlin, 1937

John Gutmann-Phenomenal Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Phenomenal Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Red Hair Adorned, 1939

John Gutmann-Red Hair Adorned, 1939

John Gutmann-Sweet Ruthie,1935

John Gutmann-Sweet Ruthie,1935

John Gutmann-Billy, Singer and WPA Actress, 1935

John Gutmann-Billy, Singer and WPA Actress, 1935

John Gutmann-Veiled Profile,1941

John Gutmann-Veiled Profile,1941

John Gutmann-Cup of Coffee and Cigarette, 1950

John Gutmann-Cup of Coffee and Cigarette, 1950

John Gutmann-Very Close Profile,1962

John Gutmann-Very Close Profile,1962

John Gutmann-The Stare, 1939

John Gutmann-The Stare, 1939

John Gutmann-The Cry, 1939

John Gutmann-The Cry, 1939

John Gutmann-Innocence, Young H.B. Through the Broken Glass of a Window, 1939

John Gutmann-Innocence, Young H.B. Through the Broken Glass of a Window, 1939

John Gutmann-Self Portrait,Sick, 1934

John Gutmann-Self Portrait,Sick, 1934

John Gutmann-Death Trap, Self Portrait 1936

John Gutmann-Death Trap, Self Portrait 1936

John Gutmann-Phenomenal Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Phenomenal Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Protoplasmic Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Protoplasmic Self Portrait, 1937

John Gutmann-Self Portrait,Sick, 1934

John Gutmann-Self Portrait,Sick, 1934

John Gutmann-The Dream, 1935

John Gutmann-The Dream, 1935

John Gutmann-Shrug of the Shoulder,1935

John Gutmann-Shrug of the Shoulder,1935

John Gutmann-Portrait of a Chinese Opera Actor in Female Roles, 1939

John Gutmann-Portrait of a Chinese Opera Actor in Female Roles, 1939

John Gutmann-Striped Sweater on Blanket, Oregon, 1934

John Gutmann-Striped Sweater on Blanket, Oregon, 1934

John Gutmann-Hats, New York, 1987

John Gutmann-Hats, New York, 1987

John Gutmann-The Ancestor1970

John Gutmann-The Ancestor1970

John Gutmann-Corridor of the Catacombs, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1960

John Gutmann-Corridor of the Catacombs, Guanajuato, Mexico, 1960

John Gutmann-Mummies in the Catacombs of Guanajuato, Mexico, 1960

John Gutmann-Mummies in the Catacombs of Guanajuato, Mexico, 1960

John Gutmann-Mexican Women and Nuns Worshipping, 1960

John Gutmann-Mexican Women and Nuns Worshipping, 1960

John Gutmann-Self-Portrait with Lady Day, 1989

John Gutmann-Self-Portrait with Lady Day, 1989

John Gutmann-Self Portrait with Nitro Patch, New York, 1989

John Gutmann-Self Portrait with Nitro Patch, New York, 1989

See also the first article

Yasuzo Nojima (1889 – 1964)

Yasuzo Nojima (1889 – 1964) est bien connu pour ses contributions au monde la photographie  en tant qu’artiste , éditeur et galeriste.  Il a contribué à élever le statut de la photographie comme un art au Japon dans les années 1930. Il a publié le magazine Koga périodique en 1932. Ce magazine fût le premier consacré à la photographie moderne au Japon et le premier à présenter  les photographes japonais au reste du monde.

Il est l’une des figures les plus importantes de l’histoire de la photographie japonaise moderne, Son travail allant de Kaiga shugi shashin (La photographie picturale) à Shinko shashin ( La nouvelle photographie ) du début du XXe siècle .Nojima a introduit une nouvelle esthétique photographique au Japon, qui s’est concentré sur les qualités techniques et esthétiques de la photographie dans son propre droit, plutôt que comme une imitation de peintures.

Nojima était aussi connu comme un amateur d’art passionné et défenseur de l’art contemporain de son temps,  et tout naturellement il ouvre une galerie appelée «Kabutoya Gado» (1919-1920) à Tokyo, à ses frais, en organisant des expositions d’œuvres , mais aussi des rencontres d’ artistes, surtout ceux de la Shirakaba-ha (White Birch Groupe), un mouvement littéraire qui comprenait des artistes tels que peintres renommés Umehara  Ryuzaburo (1888-1986) et Kishida  Ryūsei (1891-1929). Il était ce qu’on peut qualifier de guide pour tous ces artistes.

Les premiers travaux de Nojima, qui étaient  des gravures gomme bichromatique , plus tard ses natures mortes et ses nus, toujours doux ,se feront en tirages argentiques mais seront plus frappantes dans leurs formes simples et directs.

Ses premières œuvres de Nojima sont caractérisés par une densité et le lourd écho  du pictorialisme, basées sur sa sensibilité subtile allié au processus d’impression de pigments (méthode d’impression la plus courante de l’époque).

Dans les années 1930, son style prend un tournant radical sous l’influence des nouvelles tendances de la photographie allemande, se déplaçant vers  la gélatine d’argent dans la poursuite d’une forme d’expression qui est unique dans le milieu.

Le magazine de photographie Kōga (Photos légères; 1932-1933), qu’ il co-fonde avec  Nakayama Iwata (1895-1949) et Kimura (1901-1974 ), que  Nojima a principalement financé , a joué un rôle extrêmement important dans le développement ultérieur de « Shinko shashin » ( La nouvelle photographie ) en introduisant les  théories importantes de la photographie arrivant de l’étranger et en fournissant une plateforme indispensable pour une jeune génération de photographes.
Nojima était aussi connu comme un amateur d’art passionné et défenseur de l’art contemporain de son temps,  et tout naturellement il ouvre une galerie appelée «Kabutoya Gado» (1919-1920) à Tokyo, à ses frais, en organisant des expositions d’œuvres , mais aussi des rencontres d’ artistes, surtout ceux de la Shirakaba-ha (White Birch Groupe), un mouvement littéraire qui comprenait des artistes tels que peintres renommés Umehara  Ryuzaburo (1888-1986) et Kishida  Ryūsei (1891-1929). Il était ce qu’on peut qualifier de guide pour tous ces artistes.

Je vous présente les œuvres des tirages bromoil  à ceux de la gélatine d’argent , pas forcément dans l’ordre chronologique, je n’ai choisi que quelques œuvres des années 1910-20, préférant son travail des années 1930 et 1940… ceci reste tout à fait exhaustif. par exemple vous pouvez trouver des photographies de paysages de lui.

 Les photographies sont issues du Livre Yasuzo Nojima. Photographies de Yasuzo Nojima.  AKAAKA Art Publishing, 2009. 

Yasuzo Nojima - Nude from Rear, 1930

Yasuzo Nojima – Nude from Rear, 1930

Yasuzo Nozima-Nude Torso, 1930 bromoil print

Yasuzo Nozima-Nude Torso, 1930 bromoil print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre ,1931 bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre ,1931 bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre ,1931 bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre ,1931 bichromate print

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Title unknown (Model F.) , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Une jeune Fille , 1931_

Yasuzo Nojima- Une jeune Fille , 1931_

Yasuzo Nozima-Miss T. , 1931

Yasuzo Nozima-Miss T. , 1931

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1932

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1932

Yasuzo Nozima-Legs ,1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nozima-Legs ,1931 bromiol print

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Face (Model F.), 1931_e

Yasuzo Nojima- Face (Model F.), 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Face, 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Face, 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Model E , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Model E , 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Femme assise fumant, 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Femme assise fumant, 1931

Yasuzo Nojima- Miss Chikako Hosokawa, 1932

Yasuzo Nojima- Miss Chikako Hosokawa, 1932

Yasuzo Nojima - Miss Chikako Hosokawa, 1932

Yasuzo Nojima – Miss Chikako Hosokawa, 1932

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1932

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1932

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1930 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1930 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait ., 1930

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait ., 1930

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait , 1923

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait , 1923

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait de Mr. S., 1921

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait de Mr. S., 1921

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1920 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1920 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima- Woman Combing Her Hair, 1914

Yasuzo Nozima- Woman Combing Her Hair, 1914

Yasuzo Nozima-Woman , 1920 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-Woman , 1920 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1921gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1921gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-Woman , 1918gum bichromate print_

Yasuzo Nozima-Woman , 1918 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-Standing Woman , 1917gum bichromate

Yasuzo Nozima-Standing Woman , 1917 gum bichromate

Yasuzo Nozima-femme nue, 1921gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-femme nue, 1921gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-femme nue de dos , 1921gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-femme nue de dos , 1921 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1921 1gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1921 gum bichromate print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931-32

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1931-32

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Seins, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Seins, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Seins I, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Seins I, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans tire double exposition, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans tire double exposition, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1933

Yasuzo Nozima-sans titre , 1933

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Portrait, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme nue de dos, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme nue de dos, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1933 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme, 1932 gelatin silver print

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme au miroir , 1933

Yasuzo Nozima-Femme au miroir , 1933

Yasuzo Nojima- model F, 1933

Yasuzo Nojima- model F, 1933

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait à la cigarette, nd (1930's)_e

Yasuzo Nojima- Portrait à la cigarette, nd (1930’s)

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1937

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1937

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1938

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1938

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1938

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1938

Yasuzo Nojima- Style life, 1933

Yasuzo Nojima- Style life, 1933

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K, 1937

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K, 1937

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre deux jeunes femmes aux chapeaux , 1938

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre deux jeunes femmes aux chapeaux , 1938

Yasuzo Nozima- Miss Tazue Sato, Karuizawa, 1939

Yasuzo Nozima- Miss Tazue Sato, Karuizawa, 1939

Yasuzo Nojima -Miss S, 1939

Yasuzo Nojima -Miss S, 1939

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1939

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre , 1939

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre 1941

Yasuzo Nozima-Sans titre 1941

Yasuzo Nozima- sans titre 1940

Yasuzo Nozima- sans titre 1940

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1940

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1940

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1941

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1941

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1941

Yasuzo Nozima- Ginreika (Loosestrife) 1941

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1951

Yasuzo Nojima- Model K , 1951

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cover book Portrait of Yasuzo Nojima

Libor Fára

Libor Fára (1925-1988) was Painter, graphic artist, typographer and set designer.His  graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague in the studio of Emil Filla in the second half of the 1940s, developing his artistic opinion in the circle of the Prague Surrealists. Fára’s oeuvre is characteristic of a clearly defined polarity between improvisation and order, while inclining to magical Abstraction with a strong touch of aesthetics. The main fields of Fára’s interest were collages, assemblages and objects as well as photography. During the 1950s, Fára participated at various activities of artists, writers and theoreticians from the circle of Karel Teige. Even though his works, based on poetic construction were not created spontaneously, they recollect the production of the Fluxus movement. During the 1960s, Fára collaborated with the Prague theater Na Zábradlí for which he created many timeless stage designs and posters. Later he, however, withdrew from public life and ceased exhibiting; he rather focused on collages and large-dimensional assemblages composed of corroded metal sheets.  Member of the group Máj (May; since the year 1957). Over the years 1963 – 1979 created twenty film posters. He focused on stage production after his studies, and he distinguished in it. He cooperated with E.F. Burian theatre from 1953, between 1962 and 68 with theatre Na Zabradli, from 1969 mostly with Cinoherni klub. First painting inspiration of surrealism (Deux visages, 1945) Fara slowly transfered to poetic absurdity, which he realised by collage technique or assemblage. He belongs to founder of Czech action stage design. He is well know because of designs for Jarry´s King Ubu (1964), Waiting for Godot (1965), Cechov´s The Kirschgarten and Hrabal´s Gentle Barbar (1981). He designed the cover and graphic for magazine Theatre between 1958–1970, he participate on graphic layouts of almost all important publications about theatre.

Libor Fára- a Karel Teige, 1951( is the portrait of  K.Teige, on the left)

Libor Fára- a Karel Teige, 1951( is the portrait of K.Teige, on the left)

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 3-1-4, 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 3-1-4, 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 5., 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 5., 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 9.A, 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 9.A, 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 12., 1981

Libor Fára, Black Sunday 12., 1981

Libor Fára- Černá neděle, 1981

Libor Fára- Černá neděle, 1981

Libor Fára- Year of poster origin, 1972

Libor Fára- Year of poster origin, 1972

Libor Fára A chague épogue sa pose, ( french text) ,1949

Libor Fára A chague épogue sa pose, ( french text) ,1949

Libora Fáry cycle Breakfast at midnight (1951), dedicated to Zbyněk Havlíčkovi and used for the cover of  the Australian poet and fiction-writer Louis Armand

Libora Fáry cycle Breakfast at midnight (1951), dedicated to Zbyněk Havlíčkovi and used for the cover of the Australian poet and fiction-writer Louis Armand

Libor Fára -na snímku - Bez názvu, 1985

Libor Fára -na snímku – Bez názvu, 1985

Libor Fára-relax 1, 1983

Libor Fára-relax 1, 1983

Libor Fára -Relax 8, 1983

Libor Fára -Relax 8, 1983

Libor Fára-  Zasravte cas foto objecktu, 1946

Libor Fára- Zasravte cas foto objecktu, 1946

Libor Fára  Sasaek a lampar foto objecktu 1947

Libor Fára- Sasaek a lampar (foto objecktu),  1947

Libor Fára  domino  foto objecktu1945 1

Libor Fára- domino (foto objecktu), 1945

Libor Fára - Dotky (foto objecktu),  1947

Libor Fára – Dotky (foto objecktu), 1947

 More about his work here

Yva (Else Neuländer)

Yva {Else Neuländer-Simon } -Woman with Bare Breast. Circa 1927/28

Yva (Else Neuländer)-untitled nude, 1920's

Yva (Else Neuländer)-untitled nude, 1920’s

Yva (Else Neuländer)-  Beine “Beine”. 1927-28

Yva (Else Neuländer)- Beine “Beine”. 1927-28

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine Legs, 1929

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine Legs, 1929

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Women’s Legs ,1920s

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Women’s Legs ,1920s

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine,1927-28 [  Original glass negative]

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine,1927-28 [ Original glass negative]

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine, 1929

Yva (Else Neuländer)-Beine, 1929

Koruna- Cabaret Dancers Nude, published in FOLIES DE PARIS #1, 1950

Koruna- Cabaret Dancers Nude, published in FOLIES DE PARIS #1, 1950

 

Albert Rudomine (1892-1975)

Albert Rudomine, né à Kiev en Ukraine le 27 avril 1892 et mort à Paris le 4 avril 1975, est un photographe français.
Il fut un spécialiste des portraits et de la photographie de nu. Il fut employé au journal L’ » Illustration » dans les années 1920. ».wikipedia.

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Albert Rudomine - Jeanne Hebuterne ( maitresse de Modigliani), 1917.(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Jeanne Hebuterne ( maitresse de Modigliani), 1917.(C) Albert Rudomine scan personnel avec défaut du au fait que ce soit une double page…. Love and Desire, William A. Ewing, Chronicle Books, 1999

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin, vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin, vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Rudomine Albert – nu allongé sur le dos – 1931 épreuve gélatino-argentiquePhotogram , 1940s Vintage ferrotyped gelatin silver print

Albert Rudomine- Nu allongé sur le ventre (Alice). 1931. Épreuve gélatino-argentique d_époque

Albert Rudomine Sans titre, (nu aux masques), 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine Sans titre, (nu aux masques), 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Nu avec Mask et ombres de mains ,1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Nu avec Mask et ombres de mains ,1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Etude de Nu féminin, 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Etude de Nu féminin, 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Etude de Nu féminin, 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Etude de Nu féminin, 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Nu féminin, 1925.

Albert Rudomine – Nu féminin, 1925.

Albert Rudomine-Nu féminin, ca. 1925. Tirage argentique d’époque

Albert Rudomine - Nu féminin, 1930. (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Nu féminin, 1930. (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Nu de dos allongé, 1925 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Nu de dos allongé, 1925 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine Nu féminin, ca. 1925.

Albert Rudomine Nu féminin, ca. 1925.

Albert Rudomine Nu féminin de dos, ca. 1930.

Albert Rudomine Nu féminin de dos, ca. 1930.

Albert Rudomine -Nu de dos ,1925 C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Nu de dos ,1925 C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin agenouillé, vers 1930(C) Albert Rudomine, Courtesy Galerie M. Chomette

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin agenouillé, vers 1930(C) Albert Rudomine, Courtesy Galerie M. Chomette

Albert Rudomine -Female nude, 1930's (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Female nude, 1930’s (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -La Priere -The Prayer, 1935 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -La Priere -The Prayer, 1935 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Etude de Nu féminin, 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Etude de Nu féminin, 1930(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Untitled (L’Origine du Monde), 1930.(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Untitled (L’Origine du Monde), 1930.(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Nu allongé, années 1920 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Nu allongé, années 1920 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine- Nu feminin , 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine- Nu feminin , 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin, vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Nu féminin, vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudonime - Nu féminin assis, tête de profil, 1929 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudonime – Nu féminin assis, tête de profil, 1929 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudonime -Portrait de femme aux seins nus, années 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudonime -Portrait de femme aux seins nus, années 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Nude couple (Attributed to). Nude couple. 1920s-30s. Vintage matte gelatin silver print on strong, structured chamois paper

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin à la tenture.

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin.1930s

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin. 1930s

Albert Rudomine Les Jambes de Suzy Solidor, 1940 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine Les Jambes de Suzy Solidor, 1940 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - Nu au canapé, 1935

Albert Rudomine – Nu au canapé, 1935

Albert Rudomine-Nu allongé, années 1930, negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Nu allongé, années 1930, negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine- Le danseur Habib Benglia, Folies Bergères, 1922

Albert Rudomine-Nu aux taches d'encre, années 1930 negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Nu aux taches d’encre, années 1930 negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Portrait du danseur Benga, années 1930, negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Portrait du danseur Benga, années 1930, negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Chinoise au masque, années 1930 , negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Chinoise au masque, années 1930 , negatif (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine- Vénus de Vienne, negative1922

Albert Rudomine- Vénus de Vienne,positive 1922

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin,,négatif 1922

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin,positif 1922

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin négatif

Albert Rudomine- Nu féminin in positive

Albert Rudomine - Albert Rudomine - Vénus,1940(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine – Albert Rudomine – Vénus,1940(C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine - La Vierge inconnue du canal de l’Ourcq, 1927

Albert Rudomine – La Vierge inconnue du canal de l’Ourcq, 1927

lbert Rudomine Maitresse de Henner, 1930s (C) Albert Rudomine

lbert Rudomine Maitresse de Henner, 1930s (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Madame marcelle chantal vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Madame marcelle chantal vers 1930 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Marcelle Chantal , Extase, 1927 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine -Marcelle Chantal , Extase, 1927 (C) Albert Rudomine

Albert Rudomine-Princesse Marie d’Annam, ca. 192. Gelatin silver print

Albert Rudomine- Ratna Mohini, épouse d’Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Albert Rudomine- femme, 1930s

Albert Rudomine- Jeune Femme,1930s

John De Mirjian- Dolores Edwards, 1930’s

John De Mirjian- Dolores Edwards,  from Artists and Models 1930’s