4 edition of Henri Berssenbrugge found in the catalog.
Ingeborg Th Leijerzapf
|Statement||Ingeborg Th. Leijerzapf and Harm Botman.|
|Contributions||Berssenbrugge, Henri, 1873-1959., Botman, Harm., Kunsthal Rotterdam.|
|LC Classifications||TR653 .L42 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||349 p. :|
|Number of Pages||349|
Henri Berssenbrugge Children with Hoop and Spile Fish Market, Rotterdam, circa Gelatin silver print From Impressionist Camera: Pictorial Photography in Europe, Children used to be creative and enjoyed anything to play with. Now all they can do is pins. The photographs collection of Leiden University Librarie (UBL) contains specimens of almost all photographic processes from the history of the medium, rare objects and artistic highlights. Together, they shed light on the history of photography as a technique, a means of scientific, historic and personal. The book is dedicated to Elton’s grandfathers, who fought on opposite sides in the First World War. You can read my review here. At Midnight in a Flaming Town (), by Lorraine Bateman with Paul Cole, is set in Belgium at the outset of the First World War and is based on papers and biographies of people caught up in the war.
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Photo Henri Berssenbrugge book Ingeborg Leyerzapf gives by publishing this book the work of Henri Berssenbrugge () a prominent place in Dutch and international history. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Henri Berssenbrugge. Passion - Energy - Photography.
Mei-mei Berssenbrugge (Chinese: 白萱华; pinyin: Bái Xuānhuá; born October 5, in Beijing, China) is a contemporary of two American Book Awards, her work is often associated with the Language School, the poetry of the New York School, phenomenology, and visual is married to the painter Richard Tuttle, with whom she has frequently collaborated.
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Mei-mei Berssenbrugge was born in Beijing, the daughter of a Chinese mother and an American father who was the son of Dutch immigrants. Her mother was a mathematician, and her maternal grandmother received a college education in prerevolutionary China. Her father was employed at the American Embassy in Chungking, and later pursued Far Eastern studies at Harvard.
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English: Bernard Heinrich Wilhelm (Henri) Berssenbrugge (Rotterdam, 13 March – Goirle, 4 mei ) was a Dutch painter and photographer.
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Henri Berssenbrugge was a Dutch photographer who was born in Their work was featured in exhibitions at The Rembrandt House Museum and The Hague Museum of Berssenbrugge's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $91 USD to $1, USD, depending on the size and medium of the ality: Dutch.
Kentucky, William Gedney Photographs and Writings Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library. Meer bekijken. Het drogen van de gelijmde 'ketting' (kettingdraden voor de weverij) - foto van Henri Berssenbrugge in Tilburg, circa Holland 19e Eeuw Fotografie Character Nostalgie.
Jorn van Straten Henri. Scheffer, Hendrik Jan.Portret van een fotograaf: Henri Berssenbrugge, / [Door] H. Scheffer ; Met een woord vooraf van H. van de Waal A.
Sijthoff Leiden Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. 8-jan - Het drogen van de gelijmde 'ketting' (kettingdraden voor de weverij) - foto van Henri Berssenbrugge in Tilburg, circa Denk aan je veiligheid en gezondheid.
Was regelmatig je handen en blijf op voldoende afstand van anderen. Jonathan Skinner Boundary Work in Mei-mei Berssenbrugge’s “Pollen” Mei-mei Berssenbrugge introduces landscape into the experimental line, letting place affect contemporary circulations of meaning.
Hers is a poetry that moves out on simultaneous channels, breaking from modes of crystallization that can include the very frame of the poem. Three conversations with Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge at Jacket - with lots of photos of her book-collaborations with Kiki Smith and with Richard Tuttle.
"MB: New Mexico has been important to my work for a long time, since my early 20’s. It helped me to think about the horizontal plane of meaning, because its landscape is so large.
Berssenbrugge, Bernard Heinrich Wilhelm. and Nieuwenhuijzen, Kees. Straat- en landleven: / Henri Berssenbrugge ; samengesteld en vormgegeven door Kees Nieuwenhuijzen ; met een voorwoord van H.
Scheffer en C. Slechte Van Gennep Amsterdam Australian/Harvard Citation. Berssenbrugge, Bernard Heinrich Wilhelm. & Nieuwenhuijzen. Until 20 June the museum is staging an exhibition on Pictorialism, one of the earliest movements in than a hundred photographs by well-known Dutch photographers from aroundamong them Henri Berssenbrugge, Adriaan Boer, Bernard Eilers and Berend Zweers, show how photography developed from a technical.
The registers and relations within those intricate shadings can daunt, as Henri Michaux says: "You cannot even conceive the horrible inside-outside that real space is." In Mei-mei Berssenbrugge’s new book Nest, the infinite layers of real space compress subjectivity and objectivity.
Here, domestic space loses its clarity and exterior space. Pictorialism is an international style and aesthetic movement that dominated photography during the later 19th and early 20th centuries. There is no standard definition of the term, but in general it refers to a style in which the photographer has somehow manipulated what would otherwise be a straightforward photograph as a means of "creating" an image rather than simply recording it.
She quickly married American dancer Henri-Chátin Hoffman in autumn He helped to revive Berbers career with shows featuring a mix of old favourites such as ‘Morphine’ (its music, specially composed for her by Mischa Spoliansky was a hit of its day) and new material.
***** The book. Mario von Bucovich (16 February – 30 November ) was also known as Marius von Bucovich. He was born at Pula in the Istrian region of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and held the title of Baron. His father, August, Freiherr von Bucovich, was a former Corvette Captain in the Austro-Hungarian navy and later an entrepreneur in the railroad concession sector.
About this Item: Berlin: Bauverlag, Condition: Gut. 44 S. Einband leicht berieben. - In kleinem Rahmen. Werkunterricht im ehemaligen Wohnhaus von Toyo Ito, das Centre Pompidou gastiert in einem Zelt und Jean Cocteau trifft auf Rudy Ricciotti: "Ich würde gerne selbst mit Kindern Workshops durchführen", Interview mit Toyoito -- Das Centre Pompidou Mobile in.
8 janv. - Henri Berssenbrugge Garçon jouant avec un cerceau, Marché aux poissons, Rotterdam, 8 janv. - Henri Berssenbrugge Garçon jouant avec un cerceau, Marché aux poissons, Rotterdam, Stay safe and healthy.
Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. Henri Verbrugge, - Henri Verbrugge Henri Verbrugge was born on month dayat birth place, to Joannes Baptiste Verbrugge and Carolina Verbrugge (born Callens). Joannes was born on December 5in Ingooigem (BE).
The furrowed face of an elderly farm labourer. The portrait of a proud Friesian horse. A still life of objects in a rustic interior. Timeless images, captured in the past by photographers like Adriaan Boer, Henri Berssenbrugge and Ed van der Elsken, and today by Bert Teunissen, Dirk Kome, Hans van der Meer, and others.
Henri Berssenbrugge. passie-energie-fotografie. SC, 24 x 32 cm., pp. Walburg Pers random picks. Anton Corbijn. 33 Still lives. Katherine A. Bussard (Essay) Sreet Art Street Life. From the s to now. Hiroshi Sugimoto. Conceptual Forms.
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ARTIST’S BOOKS La Vie Bohème: May den Engelsen (illustrations to Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal) Henri Berssenbrugge, photograph of May den Engelsen and partner Frans de Geetere, a American silent film set in Paris, directed by King Vidor and based on the book La Vie de Bohème by Henri Murger.
De belangrijkste representant was Alfred Stieglitz, die in zijn tijdschrift Camera Work en galerie naast avant-garde kunst ook fotowerk toonde. Alfred Stieglitz Edward Steichen Gertrude K äsebier Clarence White Robert Demachy F.
Holland Day Henri Berssenbrugge Bernard Eilers Bernard Zweers Photos of, among others, Henri Berssenbrugge, Jean Monneret, Herbert Lis, Cecil Beaton and others Lot details Object Book Number of Books 1 Subject Photography Author/ Illustrator Arts et Métiers Graphiques Book Title Photographie Condition Good Publication year oldest item Edition 1st Edition Language French Original language Yes.
Pictorialism is the name given to an international style and aesthetic movement that dominated photography during the later 19th and early 20th centuries. There is no standard definition of the term, but in general it refers to a style in which the photographer has somehow manipulated what would otherwise be a straightforward photograph as a means of "creating" an image rather.
The opening exhibition at the new Hague Museum of Photography addresses nothing less than the entire history of photography in the Netherlands. Following the appearance of a Dutch-language book of the same name edited by Wim van Sinderen, the museum presents work by photographers from the earliest days of the medium right through to the present.
The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ month contributors to the July/August issue share some recommendations. Catherine Barnett I’m reading these five books piecemeal and simultaneously in hopes that they’ll help me under- and with- stand these disruptive, profoundly disheartening times.
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The author of numerous books of poetry, including Redstart: An Ecological Poetics and Science & Steepleflower, Gander is also the author of a novel (As a Friend), essays (A Faithful Existence) and poems appear in literary magazines in the United States and abroad, and his poems and books of poetry have been widely translated.
Articles traitant de Helen Moller écrits par DantéBéa. From the book Dancing with Helen Moller Impulse by the motion of the ocean’s waves. Genealogy for Henry Brydges, MP (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
People Projects Discussions Surnames. Bernard F. Eilers () was one of the leading Dutch photographers in the first quarter of the twentieth century.
Along with Henri Berssenbrugge and Berend Zweers, Eilers was part of the second generation of Dutch pictorialists and his fine art prints were widely exhibited in the Netherlands during his lifetime.