Fotografie 1928-58: Kainar, Josef (Ed.) Fotografie 1928-58: Kainar, Josef (Ed.) Fotografie 1928-58: Kainar, Josef (Ed.) Fotografie 1928-58: Kainar, Josef (Ed.)

Fotografie 1928-58

Kainar, Josef (Ed.)

Published by Orbis, Prague, 1959
Condition: vg Hardcover
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Small folio. 20 loose plates, as issued. Original stamped linen portfolio. First edition. Remarkable collection of Czechoslovakian photography representing the work of major photographers from post-WWI to 1958, featuring 20 original silver gelatin photographs by the finest Eastern European photographers: Frantisek Drtikol - Pulkat 1928; Jaromir Funke Zcyklu Cas trvá 1932; Karel Hájek - Zachráneny 1934; Alexandr Paul - Vnitrek plynojemu 1935; Eugen Wiskovsky - Krajina u Hlubocep 1939; Jiri Jenicek - Strechy 1942; Miroslav Hák - Hlava 1944; Zdenko Feyfar - Pohled do Cech 1946; Karel Ludwig - Detail 1947; Václav Chochola - Konecná 1951; Zdenek Tmej - Tanecnice 1951; Josef Sudek - Mé okno 1952; Josef Ehm-Telc 1953; Josef Prosek - Zima stromu 1953; Karel Plicka -Prahaz z Vitkova 1955; Tibor Hony - Pomona 1956; Jindrich Brok - Sklo 1957; Václav Jiru - Krizovatka 1957; Jan Lukas - Leden 1957; Erich Einhorn - Za manézi 1958. Introduction by editor Josef Kainar printed on front pastedown and photographic information printed on sleeve encasing photographs. Each original photograph measures 9 1/2" by 12"and is captioned on verso. Lower left corner of first plate slightly creased. Minor rubbing along edges of photographs. Text in Czeck. Portfolio and interior in overall good+ to very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 33052

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Title: Fotografie 1928-58

Publisher: Orbis, Prague

Publication Date: 1959

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Edition: First edition.

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