A HISTORY OF THE WOODBURYTYPE

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Title: A History of the Woodburytype
Author: Oliver, Barret
Publisher: Carl Mautz Pub
Publication Date: 2007/06/30
Number of Pages: 193
Binding Type: HARDCOVER
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"Highly recommended. General readers; upper-division undergraduates through professionals." P. C. Bunnell, emeritus Princeton University, for Choice, Reviews for Academic Libraries (see full review)

"...Oliver's scholarly contribution sheds welcome light on Woodbury's achievement and its crucial impact on the growth of photography." Matt Dansker, author and critic, for iPhotoCentral (see full review)

"Clearly, Barret Oliver’s ... extensively illustrated book displays a thorough understanding of a complicated process and its antecedents, of its place in the history of the medium, and of photographic and printing processes in general. A useful guide to identifying Woodburytypes and an extensive bibliography accompany his lucid expositions. Bravo!" Gordon Baldwin, Assistant Curator, J. Paul Getty Museum

"Long overdue, this book is essential reading for scholars, historians, collectors, dealers and photographers alike. An astute and thoroughly researched account of the mechanics and history of the Woodburytype process. A tremendous contribution to the field." Julian Cox, Curator of Photography, High Museum of Art, Atlanta

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