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Fri Mar 21 17:11:38 2014 UTClccn-n500045320.00Beaumont Newhall : a retrospective exhibition of photographs 1928-19780.401.00Beaumont Newhall36929927Beaumont_Newhalln 5000453240114Beaumont Newhallニューホール, バーモントlccn-n50004745Newhall, Nancy Wynneauiedtlccn-n79021281Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n79021948Weston, Edward1886-1958phtlccn-n50031182Coke, Van Deren1921-2004edtlccn-n84168451Evans, Frederick H.illlccn-n78084917Kirstein, Lincoln1907-1996lccn-n50080992Cartier-Bresson, Henri1908-2004lccn-n50071179Alfred Stieglitz Centerlccn-n77005398University of ArizonaCenter for Creative Photographylccn-n79097293Bayer, Herbert1900-1985illedtNewhall, Beaumont1908-1993HistoryExhibition catalogsPictorial worksPhotographs‡vfrom spaceBiographyPhotographyPhotography, ArtisticUnited StatesDaguerreotypeNewhall, Beaumont,CubismArt, AbstractPhotographersBauhausArt, ModernUnited States, WestEvans, Frederick HEnglandArchitectural photographyFranceCathedralsArchitecture, MedievalJackson, William Henry,Earth (Planet)Aerial photographyDioramaPhotographic historiansInternational Museum of Photography at George Eastman HouseArt, GermanArtEuropePost-impressionism (Art)Daguerre, Louis Jacques Mandé,American Civil War (1861-1865)Cooking, AmericanNiépce, Isidore,Newhall, Nancy WynneMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)New York (State)--New YorkBeller, AlexandraMostel, Zero,Art museum curatorsAdams, Ansel,DesignSchoolsNiépce, Nicéphore,Germany--BerlinArt schoolsCunningham, Imogen,Gilpin, LauraVan Dyke, WillardWeston, BrettO'Sullivan, Timothy H.,Weston, Edward,Levy, Julien190819931913193419361937193819391940194219441945194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200620072008200920102011201220174263699770.9TR15ocn000529960ocn001310073ocn001517107ocn005962193ocn004086483ocn490222963ocn420522065ocn299619965ocn464135552ocn802762241ocn468416249ocn411926619ocn469656536ocn462150435ocn460163308ocn464872798ocn469527040ocn780966240ocn470208871ocn460738530ocn462427843ocn835390913ocn468409536ocn835805047ocn832308830ocn491787943ocn470232573ocn469658757ocn185968201ocn757665204ocn741728860244652ocn000566265book19490.33Newhall, BeaumontThe history of photography, from 1839 to the present dayHistory+-+6638525235187361ocn008795349book19640.28Newhall, BeaumontThe history of photography : from 1839 to the presentHistoryTraces the evolution of photography and offers vivid illustrations of technical innovations in this visual form of communication+-+6638525235153125ocn002694656book19610.37Newhall, BeaumontThe daguerreotype in AmericaHistory+-+2778871395133322ocn000529960book19580.28Newhall, BeaumontMasters of photographySelections from the works of 19th- and 20th- century photographers with brief biographies122517ocn007550618book19510.37Newhall, BeaumontPhotography, essays & images : illustrated readings in the history of photographyHistory115310ocn000229925book19670.37Newhall, BeaumontLatent image; the discovery of photographyHistory9429ocn001619472book19750.50Newhall, BeaumontOne hundred years of photographic history : essays in honor of Beaumont NewhallHistory90915ocn000841413book19640.56Newhall, BeaumontFrederick H. Evans: photographer of the majesty, light, and space of the medieval cathedrals of England and FranceExhibition catalogs69012ocn012978795book19860.31Weston, EdwardSupreme instants : the photography of Edward WestonBiography6436ocn001103996book19740.39Newhall, BeaumontWilliam H. JacksonPictorial works6088ocn000023017book19690.39Newhall, BeaumontAirborne camera; the world from the air and outer spaceHistoryPhotographs from space5327ocn010456785book19840.37Newhall, BeaumontEdward Weston omnibus : a critical anthology4683ocn002081402book19380.47Bayer, HerbertBauhaus, 1919-1928HistoryPictorial worksExhibition catalogsHistory of the influential German school of modern design. Illustrated with works by its instructors and students4156ocn000191536book19470.39Cartier-Bresson, HenriPhotographs3884ocn000966085book19470.66Cartier-Bresson, HenriThe photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson3575ocn012907916book19860.73Perspectives on photography : essays in honor of Beaumont NewhallHistory3066ocn001444643book19360.50Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)Cubism and abstract artHistoryExhibition catalogs2979ocn041979874book18390.66Daguerre, Louis Jacques MandéAn historical & descriptive account of the various processes of the daguerreotype & the dioramaHistory2858ocn002571429book19660.73O'Sullivan, Timothy HT. H. O'Sullivan: photographerHistoryPictorial worksSelection of 40 photographs2798ocn000188882book19370.66Newhall, BeaumontPhotography, a short critical historyHistory4821ocn026850848book19930.33Newhall, BeaumontFocus : memoirs of a life in photographyBiographyNewhall, the first curator of both the Department of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art and the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, describes his career, beginning at a time when photography was just being excepted as an art form3432ocn009757159book19830.56Newhall, BeaumontIn plain sight : the photographs of Beaumont Newhall902ocn183263559book20090.31Newhall, BeaumontBeaumont's kitchen : lessons on food, life, and photography with Beaumont Newhall"This new volume presents a comprehensive overview of Watts' spare but deeply resonant paintings, made over the course of the last 60 years. Joan Watts has lived in New York City and Hawaii, and has made her home near Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the past 20 years. She is represented by Lemmons Contemporary, New York, and Charlotte Jackson Fine Art in Santa Fe." --Book Jacket+-+3050899846621ocn000161656book19710.86Beaumont NewhallBibliography532ocn028809788book19930.59Beaumont Newhall, colleagues and friendsExhibition catalogsConsists of reprinted letters between Newhall and related figures such as Alfred Barr, Laslo Moholy-Nagy, as well as tributes written by Sarah Greenough, John Szarkowski, among many others321ocn007020445book19800.86Newhall, BeaumontBeaumont Newhall : a retrospective exhibition of photographs, 1928-1978Exhibition catalogs151ocn719369508book20110.31Swann GalleriesImportant photobooks and photographs141ocn464283348book20080.81Nancy Newhall : a literacy of imagesHistoryExhibition catalogs91ocn081890452book19640.33Newhall, BeaumontThe history of photography, from 1839 to the present dayHistory43ocn035251981book19950.96Bertrand, Allison PMaking history : Beaumont Newhall's 1937 catalogue for the Museum of Modern ArtHistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs33ocn864496533mix1.00Lynes, RussellRussell Lynes papersHistoryPhotographs15 photographs taken and annotated by Russell Lynes of paintings by Louis Bouche exhibited at the Century Association, 1975 Feb. 5 - March 9. Included is a list of the paintings31ocn054746528book19801.00Newhall, BeaumontBeaumont NewhallExhibition catalogs21ocn028421085mix1.00Strand, PaulRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCorrespondence, exhibition and publications files, reviews, articles, scrapbooks, catalogs, clippings, portraits, slides, ephemera, and other papers, relating to Strand's career. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Imogen Cunningham, Waldo Frank, Laura Gilpin, Lotte Jacobi, John Marin, Elizabeth McCausland, Beaumont Newhall, Nancy Wynne Newhall, Dorothy Norman, Georgia O'Keeffe, Peter Pollack, Henwar Rodakiewicz, Paul Rosenfeld, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, and Clarence H. White21ocn028421095mix1.00Weston, EdwardRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCorrespondence, published and unpublished writings, exhibition files, daybooks, business and other financial records, extensive scrapbooks containing correspondence, clippings, and ephemera, artifacts, memorabilia, clippings, and photographic materials, including proof prints, negatives, and color transparencies, relating to Weston's life, family, and photographic career. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Beaumont Newhall, Tina Modotti, Charles Sheeler, Willard Van Dyke, Brett Weston, and Minor White21ocn028419921mix1.00Dater, JudyInterviewsPhotocopied typescripts of 38 interviews conducted by Dater in 1977 in the course of writing her book, Imogen Cunningham: A Portrait (1979). Interviewees include Ansel Adams, Morley Baer, Laura Gilpin, Beaumont Newhall, Arnold Newman, and others21ocn683256844mix20101.00O'Toole, Erin KathleenNo democracy in quality : Ansel Adams, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, and the founding of the department of photographs at the Museum of Modern ArtIn 1940 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, (MoMA) became the first major American art museum to establish a curatorial department dedicated exclusively to photography. From the perspective of the photographers, curators, and critics who had sought institutional legitimacy for the medium, the founding of the Department of Photographs was a watershed event, marking the moment when photography finally came to be recognized as a museum subject equal to painting and sculpture. Although the department has since had a pervasive influence on the field and the history of photography, surprisingly little scholarship has addressed its contentious formation. This dissertation seeks to fill this significant gap in the literature by examining the department's inception and the six years Beaumont Newhall served as its curator. Of particular concern are the ideological battles waged over how photography would be presented at MoMA by Newhall, his wife Nancy--who served as acting curator when her husband enlisted in the army during World War II--and the department's co-founder and key advisor, Ansel Adams. As acolytes of the photographer and gallerist Alfred Stieglitz, who himself had long fought for the recognition of photography as a medium of art, the Newhalls and Adams took aesthetic quality as their guiding metric, asserting that in order to raise the profile of photographers, educate the public, and improve standards of taste, the museum should show only the very best work ever created--the "heavy cream" of photographic production. Their vision for photography at the museum was counterbalanced by that of the photographer Edward Steichen and many prominent writers and critics, who argued that MoMA should treat photography as a broad-ranging cultural phenomenon and means of communication, rather than merely as a medium of self expression. The debate between these two camps illustrates the considerable philosophical, interpretive, and museological challenges raised by photography's introduction into the museum, issues that remain as contentious as ever21ocn081517947book1980Addison Gallery of American ArtBeaumont Newhall : a retrospective exhibition of photographs 1928-197821ocn028419849mix1.00Jones, HaroldRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCorrespondence, biographical materials, subject and exhibition files, printed materials, clippings, and photos, relating to Jones's activities in Society for Photographic Education and Light Gallery (New York, N.Y.), and to a lesser extent, his years as a graduate student and later as director of Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. Correspondents include Jim Alinder, Robert Fichter, Robert Heinecken, Beaumont Newhall, and Jerry Uelsmann21ocn028421062mix1.00Wolbarst, JohnRecords and correspondenceChiefly photographic materials, including original black and white Polaroid prints (ca. 1200 items, 1954-1961) taken by various photographers, including Ansel Adams, Harold Edgerton, Peter Gowland, Philippe Halsman, Pirkle Jones, Beaumont Newhall, Man Ray, Weegee, and Brett Weston; copy prints, enlargements, negatives, permission forms, publications, and correspondence with various photographers, including Ansel Adams, Philippe Halsman, Roman Vishniac, and Weegee, relating chiefly to Wolbarst's books; and original Polaroid prints and negatives (1954-1981) made by Wolbarst and relating to his books and articles on instant photography11ocn781284835mixNewhall, BeaumontBeaumont Newhall cooking and food papersContains cooking and food-related materials accumulated by Beaumont Newhall such as recipe booklets, catalogs, menus (including many with impressive design features), periodicals, flyers, cookware instructions, and clippings (newspaper and magazine), along with correspondence, notes, and a list of publications in his library. Most of the collection is dated 1950-1968, with the exception of the menus, which go back to 1880+-+6638525235+-+6638525235Fri Mar 21 15:45:18 EDT 2014batch33856