Hambourg, Maria Morris.
New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art : Distributed by H.N. Abrams, c1995
|提及的人：||Félix Nadar; Félix Nadar|
Maria Morris Hambourg; Félix Nadar; Françoise Heilbrun; Philippe Néagu; Musée d'Orsay.; Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.); et al
|ISBN:||0870997351 9780870997358 0870997378 9780870997372 0810964899 9780810964891|
|注意：||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Musée d'Orsay, Paris, from June 7-Sept 11, 1994; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, from April 14-July 9, 1995.|
|描述：||xii, 272 p. : ill. ; 32 cm.|
|内容：||A portrait of Nadar / Maria Morris Hambourg --
Nadar and the art of portrait photography / Françoise Heilbrun --
Nadar and the artistic life of his time / Philippe Néagu --
Sorting out Nadar / Ulrich Keller --
Beyond the portrait, beyond the artist / Sylvie Aubenas --
When I was a photographer : the anatomy of a myth / André Rouillé --
The Nadar studio, dispersed and recovered / André Jammes.
|責任：||Maria Morris Hambourg, Françoise Heilbrun, Philippe Néagu ; with contributions by Sylvie Aubenas ... [et al.].|
Nadar, whose real name was Felix Tournachon (1820-1910), was a conspicuous, even astonishing presence in nineteenth-century France. Engaging and quick-witted, he invented himself over and over as a bohemian writer, a journalist, a romantic utopian, a caricaturist, a portrait photographer, a balloonist, an entrepreneur, a prophet of aeronautics. The name "Nadar" was on everyone's lips. Today, it is Nadar's photography that is remembered. His sitters, who were often his friends, included the great men and women of his time: Dumas, Rossini, Baudelaire, Sarah Bernhardt, Daumier, Berlioz, George Sand, Delacroix. Nadar's legendary name has been attached not only to his original photographs but to reprints, copies and a great deal of studio work. For that reason, this volume exactingly reproduces some one hundred photographs from the years 1854-60, the period of his earliest and finest photography, allowing viewers to become familiar with the subtle light and balanced, velvety tones that distinguish Nadar's original work. Accompanying the photographs are essays that shed new light on the many facets of Nadar.