Hoppé portraits society, studio & street by E. O. HoppГ©

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Published by National Portrait Gallery in London .

Written in English

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Statement[essay by Phillip Prodger ; editor, Claudia Block]
ContributionsProdger, Phillip, Blochwitz, Claudia, National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain)
LC ClassificationsTR681.F3 H656 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination176 p. :
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25291559M
ISBN 109781855144217
LC Control Number2012358170

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pages: illustrations, portraits (some color) ; 29 cm: Contents: E.O. Hoppé personality and type / Phillip Prodger --E.O. Hoppé: a biography / Terence Pepper --Fair women --Studio --Types --Street --Chronology --E.O.

Hoppé's publications. Responsibility: [essay by Phillip Prodger ; editor, Claudia Block]. Hoppé was once thought to be the world's most important photographer, but Hoppé portraits book out of favour. An exhibition at the London's National Portrait Gallery in rightly seeks to redress this and this is the book of the exhibition.3/5(1).

Hoppé’s studio in South Kensington was a magnet for the rich and famous, and for years he actively led the global art scene on both sides of the Atlantic while also photographing around the globe, making over thirty photographically-illustrated books, establishing himself as a pioneering figure in photographic art and on: East Union Street Pasadena, California USA.

All are reproduced in the exhibition book, along with many non-dance portraits and a collection of remarkable documentary studies of day-to-day life in Britain between the wars. Michelle Potter, 4 April Hoppé portraits: Hoppé portraits book, studio & street runs until 30 May at the National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London.

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Takes portrait sittings in his New York studio on 57th Street including film stars: Anna Q. Nilsson, Lilian Gish, Mary Miles Minter, Marion Davies and artists: Paul Manship and James Montgomery Flagg; Holds first major US.

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I love to take portraits. Look for integrity, a sudden look, a feeling, an emotion. Usually I try to steal the moment. People usually look more genuine, thus better when they are not aware. Emil Otto Hoppe (–) is considered one of the most important and influential portrait and documentary photographers of the twentieth century.

Munich-born and educated in Vienna and Paris, he initially intended to follow his father into the banking profession but became more interested in a career in photography while working for Deutsche Bank in London in the early s.

Felicitas Hoppe has 29 books on Goodreads with ratings. Felicitas Hoppe’s most popular book is Green Eggs and Ham. Edward Hopper (J – ) was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life.

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Hoppé’s strikingly Modernist portraits of society figures and important personalities from the worlds of literature, politics and the arts include George Bernard Shaw, H.G.

Wells, A.A. Milne, T.S. Eliot, Margot Fonteyn, Vaslav Nijinsky, Albert Einstein, and members of the royal family. Emil Otto Hoppé established himself as the leading producer of photographic portraits in Edwardian London, a position he augmented until the mids.

About: Born in Montreal, Canada, Rebecca Hoppé works and lives in Hamburg, Germany. Her book ‘Ballet' - a photographic project, for which Rebecca Hoppé accompanied choreographer John Neumeier and the dancers of the Hamburg Ballet, front of house and behind the scenes, in both Hamburg and New York, over a period of five years – was published by EDEL and highly praised by the press.

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He’d be a fool to complete it. The Museum of Russian Icons will present Emil Hoppé: Photographs from the Ballets Russes, Novem through March 8, The exhibitions pays homage to the genius of two men: famed Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev who, more than a century ago, founded the Ballets Russes; and renowned photographer Emil Otto Hoppé, who, between andphotographed the champions of that.

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Phillip Prodger (born 16 October ) is a museum professional, curator, author, and art historian. He is the Senior Research Scholar at the Yale Center for British Art and formerly served as Head of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

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Happening and Bernarducci galleries. This nine-year project depicts artists, writers, musicians, activists and art entrepreneurs who Hoppe befriended when he first came to downtown.He also manages the curatorial team in photography, which includes assistant and associate curators and cataloguers.

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