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Arrangement: One-person and group exhibitions, then chronological Quantity: 1. Arrangement: Alphabetical by record types Quantity: 0.
Also included are photographs of Feininger on location, and lists of assignments completed for Life and Fortune. There is some duplication of material in this and the following Publications series. Also included are articles on photography, architecture, and nature.
An alphabetical list of titles is in Appendix A.
Arrangement: Chronological Quantity: Location: Bookshelves Clippings, Description: Contains newspaper and periodical clippings, and copies of clippings, from the United States and Europe which contain reviews of Feininger's books. The clippings appear to have been collected by a clipping service, which was probably engaged by Feininger's publisher.
The majority of the reviews are short and attest to the popularity and coverage that Feininger's books received in daily newspapers. Arrangement: Quantity: 1. The material represents Feininger's own selection of his work from the mids s.
Negative format is primarily 4x5 in. All negatives and contact sheets are in black-and-white.
A comprehensive negative list which thoroughly annotates subjects contained in the negatives was created by the Center in This information was culled from Feininger's original negative sleeves. The list is in the control file. Many of the negatives and contact sheets have not been processed. Negatives Arrangement: Negatives and contact sheets are arranged according to Feininger's system, which was divided by subject with the exception of glass plates.
The categories have been ordered chronologically. Feininger's numbering system was retained to allow precise identification of a particular negative and corresponding image on a contact sheet.
Trees, T-1 to T, ? Dover, New York. Reviewed by Gwyneth Thurgood.
The Anotomj qf Nature by Andreas Feininger is a photographic survey of the varied facets of the natural forms around us. Details about the photographs are contained in a concise and interesting text at the back of the book. Feininger views a stimulating photograph as one which conveys something new to the viewer. He isolates a specific subject and captures many unusual aspects of it with his camera.
The imaginative and often creative results are in black and white. Clarity of shape and form is always an important consideration. The highlighting of certain aspects of a form can help us t o become more consciously aware of our environment.
The interdependence of organisms and the study of the functional qualities of diverse subjects provided the stimulus tor the photos. He compares the structure of wood and sedimentary rock, and the appearance of the layering process: The eroding and powerful forces of nature and the elements can be seen in many of the varied photos.
This is a worthwhile book revealing a wide spectrum of nature.