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Fri Mar 21 17:07:14 2014 UTClccn-nb20060263070.00The photographs of Frederick H. Evans : [ ... to accompany the Exhibition A Record of Emotion: The Photographs of Frederick H. Evans, held at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles and at the National Museum, Bradford, Endland ; the exhibition will be on view in Los Angeles from February 2 to June 6, 2010, and in Bradford from September 24, 2010, to February 20, 2011] /0.520.88Men ; Women /168337623nb20060263077266633Great Britain. National Media MuseumMedia MuseumMedia Museum BradfordNational Museum of Science & Industry (Great Britain). National Media MuseumcontainsVIAFID/149614356National Museum of Photography, Film, and Television (Great Britain)lccn-nr2003001434Lyden, Anne M.1972-lccn-n79046211J. Paul Getty Museumlccn-n84168451Evans, Frederick H.lccn-n79065403Adams, Robert1937-lccn-n79129213Yale UniversityArt Gallerylccn-n78097041Los Angeles County Museum of Artlccn-n80046908Vancouver Art Gallerylccn-n93059777Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofíalccn-n79055441Denver Art Museumlccn-no2007047994Roberts, Simon1974-National Media Museum (Great Britain)Exhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksPictorial worksPortraitsCatalogsHistoryPeriodicalsLandscape photographyPhotography, ArtisticGreat BritainArchitectural photographyEvans, Frederick HUnited States, WestAdams, Robert,PhotographyTravelEnglandWood, Tom,England--LiverpoolPhotography of womenPhotography of menCity and town lifeMeadows, DanielAfghan War (2001-)Motion picturesFilm archivesAfghan WarsTelevisionIndiaMotion picture industryMotion picture actors and actressesColor photography--Autochrome process200720092010201120138131625779.4TR6474095ocn368050973book20100.50Lyden, Anne MThe photographs of Frederick H. EvansExhibition catalogsA collection of architectural and landscape photographs taken by British photographer Frederick H. Evans, and features an essay that describes the life and accomplishments of Evans+-+93341874352893ocn648096325book20100.47Adams, RobertWhat can we believe where? : photographs of the American WestPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksIncludes photographs taken in Colorado, California, and Oregon, 1965-2003+-+7297165585801ocn326582152book20090.79Roberts, SimonWe EnglishPortraitsPictorial worksThe first major exhibition of the work was held at the National Media Museum, Bradford, 12 March to 5 September 2010+-+1967620546212ocn829056871book20130.88Wood, TomMen ; WomenExhibition catalogs32ocn760284502book20110.79Talbot, William Henry FoxThe pencil of nature+-+911822634522ocn775710249book2011Daniel Meadows : edited photographs from the 70s and 80s; [a touring exhibition of Meadowss' work ... will be on show at the National Media Museum Bradford from 30 September 2011 until 19 February, 2012 before travelling to Ffotogallery ... and the London College of Communication]HistoryPictorial works21ocn845563231book2010The photographs of Frederick H. Evans : [ ... to accompany the Exhibition A Record of Emotion: The Photographs of Frederick H. Evans, held at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles and at the National Museum, Bradford, Endland ; the exhibition will be on view in Los Angeles from February 2 to June 6, 2010, and in Bradford from September 24, 2010, to February 20, 2011]Exhibition catalogs+-+933418743511ocn859037783book20130.47Wood, TomTom WoodExhibition catalogs11ocn751573784serialBradford International Film FestivalBradford International Film FestivalPeriodicalsCatalogs11ocn863213023book20130.47Wood, TomWomenExhibition catalogsBefore moving to Wales in 2003, Tom Wood had been photographing the people of his Liverpool neighbourhood for almost three decades. These two volumes display carefully edited photographs taken from his archives filled with artistic chronicles of the lives of men and women. Even though the pictures are not presented in a chronological order, this set is saturated with history, showing Liverpool in transition from its industrial past11ocn859037798book20130.47Wood, TomTom WoodExhibition catalogs11ocn723924521serialNational Media Museum (Great Britain)Archive / National Media Museum film, television, radio, web, photography11ocn643578714book20070.47Archive11ocn818622159book20110.47Burke, JohnBurkePictorial works+-+266843254632401ocn439766812comCelebrating Indian cinemaHistoryCreated by the National Media Museum, this Web site is an online exhibit that traces the development of India's popular cinema through its key films, themes, actors and characters. Come learn about the stars of Bollywood, check out upcoming events, and discover the different genres associated with Indian cinema01ocn439763869comThe dawn of colour celebrating the centenary of the autochromeHistoryCreated by the National Media Museum, this Web site is an online companion to an exhibit that explores the autochrome process and how it revolutionized photographs by adding color! Come and learn about the birth of color photography and its 100th anniversary. The site reveals the Edwardian world as you have probably never seen it before--in full, vibrant color+-+9334187435+-+9334187435Fri Mar 21 15:16:52 EDT 2014batch10043