A Singular Elegance: The Photographs of Baron Adolph De Meyer

A monograph of photographs by the illustrious Bardon Adolph De Meyer (1868-1946). The book accompanied an exhibition organized by The International Center of Photography. De Meyer was a fashion photographer for Vogue magazine, the first to hold that position. He also photographed for Vanity Fair and Harper's Bazaar. Among his subjects were artists, performers, and royalty, including Monet, Nijinsky, Queen Mary, and King George V. A Singular Elegance is a collection of De Meyer's portraits of luminaries, captured in striking and often ethereal black-and-white photographs.

Hardcover with dust-jacket. 142 pages. Published by Chronicle Books in association with The International Center of Photography. 1994.

10 in. width
12 in height
1 in. thickness

Condition notes:
In good condition. Denting to corners of dust-jacket and hardcover. General wear consistent with book's age and use.

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