Signed – Alfred Eisenstaedt – Eye of Eisenstaedt, 3rdp, C-G-hc in dj

$125.00

Signed – THE EYE OF ALFRED EISENSTAEDT by Alfred Eisenstaedt as told to Arthur Goldsmith. Viking Press, 1969. New York, U.S.A. Third Printing. 199p. 6.50×8.50×1.00. SIGNED by Alfred Eisenstaedt in black on half-title page: “Eisenstaedt”. Black and white photographic cover with white background and title in red. In GOOD overall condition. Dust jacket chips top/bottom by spine (see photos) plus one tiny closed tear top rear cover, else bright, lightly rubbed by edges, price unclipped. Hardcover light blue paper over boards quarter-bound in dark blue cloth, slightly cocked. Light red remainder mark on bottom. All interior pages clean and unmarked.
Celebrated, world-renowned photojournalist, German-Jewish Alfred Eisenstaedt, (1898-1995) fled Nazi Germany in 1935 to the U.S. where quickly became one of the first staff photographers for LIFE magazine, eventually having an astounding 90 of his photographs grace the cover of the magazine over his long (1936-1972) distinguished career. He pioneered the use of small, hand-held 35mm cameras for his work, particularly the Leica, because of its speed and flexibility, and preferred working with natural light. He was awarded the National Medal of the Arts by President George H.W. Bush in 1989.
Scarce SIGNED copy, Collectible and appreciating.

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Weight 2.00 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 2 × 9 in
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THE EYE OF ALFRED EISENSTAEDT by Alfred Eisenstaedt as told to Arthur Goldsmith. Viking Press, 1969. New York, U.S.A. 199pp. 6.50×8.50×1.00. SIGNED by Alfred Eisenstaedt in black on half-title page: "Eisenstaedt". Third printing. Black and white photographic cover with white background and title in red. In GOOD overall condition. Dust jacket chips top/bottom by spine (see photos) plus one tiny closed tear top rear cover, else bright, lightly rubbed by edges, price unclipped. Hardcover light blue paper over boards quarter-bound in dark blue cloth, slightly cocked. Light red remainder mark on bottom. All interior pages clean and unmarked. Celebrated, world-renowned photojournalist, German-Jewish Alfred Eisenstaedt, (1898-1995) fled Nazi Germany in 1935 to the U.S. where quickly became one of the first staff photographers for LIFE magazine, eventually having an astounding 90 of his photographs grace the cover of the magazine over his long (1936-1972) distinguished career. He pioneered the use of small, hand-held 35mm cameras for his work, particularly the Leica, because of its speed and flexibility, and preferred working with natural light. He was awarded the National Medal of the Arts by President George H.W. Bush in 1989. Scarce SIGNED copy, Collectible and appreciating.