Best known for his portraits of jazz musicians, Claxton has also photographed scores of actors, directors, and entertainers since the early 1950s. ...Show synopsisBest known for his portraits of jazz musicians, Claxton has also photographed scores of actors, directors, and entertainers since the early 1950s. "Photographic Memory", his first-ever monograph of these images, features more than 100 such wonderful and revealing portraits of such icons as Robin Williams, Ursula Andress, Billy Crystal, Sir John Geilgud, Truman Capote, and Lee Remick. 110 duotone photos.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good/Very Good. 1576870855 Faint edgewear, else very nice...Very Good/Very Good. 1576870855 Faint edgewear, else very nice copy, near new in protective mylar cover. No international or expedited shipping.
Description:Claxton, William (photographer); Over 100 b/w Photographs ...Claxton, William (photographer); Over 100 b/w Photographs (portraits) Near Fine in J Near Fine jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall Slight rubbing and minor nicks to jacket (chiefly at top edges); slight bumping to lower edges; else a near fine copy internally. 153,  pages. Focus on celebrity shots rather than his usual jazz portraits; includes studies of such notables as Ursula Andress, John Cassavetes, Marlene Dietrich, John Gielgud, George Hamilton, Steve McQueen, Anthony Perkins, Barbra Streisand, Andy Warhol, and others, as well as Claxton's invaluable reminiscences of the sessions. Introduction by Graydon Carter. "First edition, 2002" and number line from 10 to 1 on colophon (page ).
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