7 edition of Kinsey, photographer found in the catalog.
|Statement||produced by Dave Bohn and Rodolfo Petschek.|
|LC Classifications||TR140.K45 B64 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. in 2 :|
|ISBN 10||1884822223, 1884822657|
|LC Control Number||95000376|
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Descriptive Summary Abstract: Darius Kinsey () was a prominent and prolific photographer, active in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Kinsey specialized in logging photography in the late 19th century and first four decades of the twentieth century. The collection includes one photograph album, consisting of 30 black and white photographs and 2 loose. This book is a source of absolutely excellent photos of Shays, Heislers, and Climaxes used in the logging industry in the Pacific Northwest. With his huge box cameras and glass image plates, Kinsey was to B&W photography of the period as IMAX is to color motion pictures of s:
Kinsey Photographer: The Locomotive Portraits is a Used Hardcover available to purchase and shipped from Firefly Bookstore in Kutztown, PA. The author is Dave Bohn, Rodolfo Petschek, John Labbe. This was released by Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers in The digit ISBN is The digit ISBN is Darius Kinsey art book contains 67 historic reproductions of locomotives and logging life in the Pacific Northwest. Darius Kinsey was a western photographer known for his large-format images of logging locomotives and logging life in the Pacific Northwest.
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Kinsey Photographer [Bohn, Dave, Petschek, Rodolfo, Kinsey, Darius, Kinsey, Tabitha] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A magnificent collection of classic duotone photographs of the Pacific Northwest taken in the first half of the century by renowned photographers Darius and Tabitha Kinsey.
A stunning book of photography and a testament to the beauty of the region and /5(19). Kinsey Photographer book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A magnificent collection of classic duotone photographs of t /5. Kinsey, photographer: A half century of negatives by Darius and Tabitha May Kinsey, with contributions by son and daughter, Darius, Jr.
and Dorothea by Dave Bohn | Jan 1, out of 5 stars 3. A magnificent collection of classic duotone photographs of the Pacific Northwest taken in the first half of the century by renowned photographers Darius and Tabitha Kinsey.
A stunning book of photography and a testament to the beauty of the region and the colorful life of its people. Captures the romance and rugged splendor of the Northwest. Darius Kinsey was a pioneer artist active as a photographer in the Northwest from the late 19th century to He was born in Missouri in Arriving in Snoqualmie, Washington at the age of 20, he went into the hotel and mercantile business, but soon after became intrigued with the art of photography.
the book follows the working man's logging industry. pages with pictures on almost every page. MANY PHOTOGRAPHS ARE FULL PAGE SIZED. KINSEY PHOTOGRAPHER (BOOK IN EXCELLENT CONDITION) | eBaySeller Rating: % positive. This book is a source of absolutely excellent photos of Shays, Heislers, and Climaxes used in the logging industry in the Pacific Northwest.
With his huge box cameras and glass image plates, Kinsey was to B & W photography of the period as IMAX is to color motion pictures of today.5/5(5).
Kinsey Photographer by Bohn, D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Kinsey Photographer by Bohn, D ; Petschek, R - AbeBooks Passion for books. Kinsey, Photographer: The locomotive portraits: A half century of negatives by Darius and Tabitha May Kinsey / Volume Three.
Bohn, Dave &Rodolfo Petschek / John Labbe, locomotive essays /. “Kinsey has the type of energy that is fun while also being down to earth making for a comfortable photography experience.
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Photo courtesy of the book, Kinsey Photographer The three volumes of the book are still for sale and vintage copies are advertised widely on the Internet. Darius Kinsey () is recognized as one of the group of photographer geniuses who lived in the Pacific Northwest and produced a very large body of work in the years around the turn of.
out of 5 stars Kinsey Photographer of the Pioneering West Reviewed in Canada on In this over size tome, Rodolfo Petschek & Dave Bohn have culled from Kinsey's 4, extant negatives, a magnificent collection of duotone photographs/5(20).
The Kinsey Brothers Photographs collection consists of both mounted and unmounted photographic prints reflecting the logging industry. Gerald W. Williams collected the images in the course of his work as a Forest Service sociologist and historian, largely due to his deep interest in the history of forestry in the United States, especially that of the Pacific Northwest region.
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Kinsey, Photographer: A Half Century of Negatives by Darius and Tabitha May Kinsey by Dave Bohn. Chronicle Books LLC, Paperback. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.
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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.5/5(1). Kinsey made an astonishing group of pictures between andchronicling the logging of the Pacific Northwest. Using large format cameras (8×10, 11×14, and 20×24) and glass plates, he documented nearly every stage of the process (from felling to sawmill), as well as the surrounding lifestyle that was created.