1 edition of Portraits of Lincoln in the Century found in the catalog.
Written in English
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Contemporary engravings, lithographs, carte-de-visite photographs, and memorabilia; 20th century drawings and reproductions of portraits of Lincoln, his family, and his contemporaries. Among the portraits of Lincoln are a charcoal sketch by the sculptor Gutzon Borglum, lithographs by Currier & Ives, photographs by Mathew Brady and his studio. From a new book, Cecil Beaton: Portraits & Profiles (Frances Lincoln), edited by Hugo Vickers, we chose seven portraits, each accompanied by outtakes from the master lensman’s sharp-focus Author: Megan O'grady.
20th century, 19th century, 18th century, 17th century, 16th century, Civil War, , 21st century, Early modern, , , Prolific Authors who have written the most books on this subject. This image, as well as several others that appear in this article, were acquired from Mr. Morgan. See also Ostendorf, Lincoln’s Photographs, –15, –66, and Clifford Krainik, “Face the Lens, Mr. President: A Gallery of Photographic Portraits of 19th Century U.S. Presidents,” White House History, – Leech,
Lincoln in the Bardo is an astonishing feat of imagination and a bold step forward from one of the most important and influential writers of his generation. Formally daring, generous in spirit, deeply concerned with matters of the heart, it is a testament to fiction’s ability to speak honestly and powerfully to the things that really matter /5(25). These materials document American history from the Civil War through the end of the nineteenth century and record the emergence of photography as a distinctive cultural practice. Among the jewels of the collection are photographs of Abraham Lincoln, including an Alexander Gardner imperial albumen portrait and Mathew Brady’s “Cooper.
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The project builds on aspects of portraitist Lincoln Schatz's earlier project, Esquire's Portrait of the 21st Century (National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution), taking a closer look at how the touchstones of America are created and preserved.4/5(1).
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Green demonstrates here that Minnesotans also played key. These materials document American history from the Civil War through the end of the 19th century and record the emergence of photography as a distinctive cultural practice. Mathew Brady's first photograph of Lincoln, taken on Feb.
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Photojournalist Stefan Lorant. Condition: very good(-). First. Many Illus. 4to, pictorial brown cloth, cloth lightly soiled, image of Lincoln on cover lightly rubbed, corners lightly bumped.
Springfield: Patriot Publishing, Extra illustrated with a 19th century engraving of portraits of. Chicago citation style: Morris & Bendein, Inc. silhouette portrait of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln., Morris & Bendein, Inc., 1st quarter of the 20th century. Lush Life; Portraits from the Bar is a collection of portraits and stories from the many colorful characters whom the author/illustrator has met in cafes and bars around the world.
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The following is the preface written by Robin D.G. Kelley, UCLA Professor of History, for the edition of The Lincoln Brigade: A Picture History. For the past fifteen years, I’ve taught a variety of 20th century history courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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