HOLME, CHARLES [ED]. - Colour Photography and other recent developments of the art of the camera.
London, The Studio 1908. Quarto publisher's printed wrapper (some wear to wrapper spine and back edge); 113 plates (18 tipped colour). A pretty good copy. ¶ As usual with The Studio, an intelligent survey of the newest developments in photography, with a scattering of now legendary names and a solid selection of then worthy but now obscure photographers. Some thought has gone into this, the introduction of colour into photography "immediately and profoundly changes the character of the issues involved". These are issues of aesthetics; can the colour photographer lay any claim to "serious artistic regard". So The Studio has made a big step: "never before has it been possible to arraign so representative a series ... the unique image .. has never hitherto been reproduced with so much sensitive and meticulous loyalty".AUD 275.00 [Appr.: EURO 189 US$ 206.67 | £UK 161.25 | JP¥ 23014] Book number 8239
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