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Julius Shulman's Los Angeles

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The American architectural photographer Julius Shulman (1910–2009) is one of the few image makers to have documented, as well as witnessed, nearly an entire century of Los Angeles history. His captivating photographs serve as a visual record of the dramatic evolution of this exciting and diverse metropolis.

Shulman’s best-known images consist of mid-century views of Moderni
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Paperback, 72 pages
Published October 29th 2011 by J. Paul Getty Museum
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Susan
Excellent, short book of Shulman's extraordinary photos of mostly public places in Los Angeles. Amazing photos by a gifted photographer - an elegy to a beautiful city
Lesley
I really enjoy B&W architechture photography, so I enjoyed this collection of buildings around Los Angeles a lot!
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