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Julius Shulman, Photographer
Key Photographer of American Modernist Architecture – Pictures
Julius Shulman Photographer
1910 – 2009
born Brooklyn, New York, USA
American architectural photographer
Julius Shulman died at his home in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, July 15, 2009.
Famous for his photographs of key American Modernist houses by Neutra, Koenig and Eames, especially in California.
Case Study House #22, Los Angeles, 1960. Pierre Koenig, Architect
The Julius Shulman Image Library is located at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
Key architects that Julius Shulman took photos for included:
Frank Lloyd Wright, Rudolf M. Schindler, Eero Saarinen, Pierre Koenig, John Lautner, Gregory Ain, Charles Eames, Raphael S. Soriano and Albert Frey
Julius moved to LA in 1920. He started his photography career after leaving UC Berkeley in 1936 when he met with Richard Neutra, who became a life-long friend.
The first house he took pictures of was Neutra’s Kun House in LA.
Shulman House, Hollywood Hills, California
Cultural Heritage Monument
Julius Shulman photo : VDL Studio / Residences
Photographer Julius Shulman was born October 10, 1910, in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America.
Celebrated 20thh Century Californian Architects:
John Lautner – The Chemosphere / Malin Residence:
picture : Sara Sackner
Architecture in United States of America
United States of America Architecture Designs – chronological list
American Architects – key architecture offices in the US
United States of America Architecture – Selection
The Getty Center
Design: Richard Meier & Partners
photo © Alice McRae
Getty Center Building
Annie Pfeiffer Chapel, Florida
Design: Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
photo © Robin Hill
Florida Southern College Building
Aqua Tower, Chicago
Design: Studio Gang Architects
picture : Studio Gang Architects
New Chicago Skyscraper Building
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