Athol Shmith, photographer by Isobel Crombie

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Published by National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia .

Written in English

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  • Australia

Subjects:

  • Shmith, Athol, 1914-,
  • Photographers -- Australia -- Biography.,
  • Fashion photography.,
  • Portrait photography.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 125-126).

Book details

Statementby Isobel Crombie.
ContributionsShmith, Athol, 1914-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTR140.S535 C76 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1934796M
ISBN 100724101373
LC Control Number90152124
OCLC/WorldCa22359637

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Portrait photography -- Victoria. Shmith, Athol. Notes. Cover title. Text by Susan van Wyk. Brochure produced by the National Gallery of Victoria celebrating the work of photographer, Athol Shmith. Language. English Libraries Australia ID. ; Contributed by Libraries Australia.

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To see the prints up close was so enriching rather than an image on a screen or book. Athol Shmith. Donna Bailey. Jane Burton. Matthew Sleeth. Katrin Koenning, Swell and Peter Dombrovskis: Journeys into the Wild @ MGA.

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In his Fashion illustration (fig. 4), Shmith photographed a typically classical beauty. Its Department of Photography had been established in April and was run part-time by photographers, including fashion photographer Athol Shmith, photojournalist Les Gray and Chairman, advertising photographer Dacre Stubbs, who along with sculptor Lenton Parr, then Head of Art and Design at Prahran College, oversaw the purchase of the.

World Record Club alumni: Row 1: Staff designer Dave Leonard at work in the studio at Flinders Lane on a painting for the cover of Noel Coward's 'Bitter Sweet', Staff designer Guus Van Der Heyde poses with an antique camera, Row 2: Freelance photographer Athol Shmith Staff designer Keith McMenomy.

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He contributed to the promotion of international photography within Australia as much as to the fostering of Australian photography in. Photographer Jacqueline Mitelman was born in Scotland, but has lived in Melbourne for most of her life apart from a period in France.

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Elegant, bold and often experimental, Melbourne photographer Athol Shmith (–) worked in fashion, theatre, advertising and portraiture for decades. Bill Henson (Australian, b) is one of Australia’s most notable leaders in Contemporary photography.

Born in Melbourne inHenson studied visual arts and design with Louis Athol Shmith at Prahran College of Advanced Education. Other notable influences on his work include the famous Melbourne painter and his long-term partner Louise Hearman, and the award Nationality: Australian.

– Monochrome Print Award – Athol Shmith Award – Rocco Ancora, Balwyn North, Victoria – The AIPP Australian Wedding Album of the Year Award – Mercury Megaloudis, Strathmore, Victoria – The AIPP Australian Photography Book Award – Peter Lik, Las Vegas, USA – The AIPP Press Photography Award – Getty Images.

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Henson did not complete his diploma and only studied for one year. Nanette Kuehn: the forgotten photographer. and Max Dupain and Athol Shmith in Australia – although the Ballets Russes’ visits did attract a new group of Australian enthusiasts who took photos of live performances, among them the talented amateur, Walter Stringer.

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