Eadweard Muybridge: The Father of the Motion Picture
Dover, 2001 - 271 pàgines
Fascinating, profusely illustrated biography not only details Muybridge's groundbreaking photographic work, but also recounts his early life in England and then as a San Francisco photographer, his stormy relationship with Leland Stanford; his marriage to a beauty less than half his age and his acquittal on murder charges after shooting her lover. Also described: Muybridge's collaboration with artist Thomas Eakins and his influence on such artists as Frederic Remington and Marcel Duchamp. Invaluable to cinema students, photographers, and anyone interested in early motion-picture history.
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