James Van Der Zee - monograph

  • Morgan and Morgan, New York, 1973
  • Cloth binding
  • 1st Edition
  • 159 Pages

"For almost a half-century, the solid families of Harlem passed through Van Der Zee's GGG Studio: proud parents, winsome children, clergymen, newlyweds, lodge members, business and social leaders, glamour-struck young women, entertainers -- the entire spectrum of the community. Also, Van Der Zee frequently went outside the studio with his camera. ...The more than 100 pictures shown here are representative selections... Far more than simple records of a largely-neglected part of America, they are sensitive, respectful, warmly understanding pictures...." [from the dustjacket text]. The photographs were printed by Rapoport Printing in two-impression lithography.

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