Available NOW! The Painted Backdrop: Behind the Sitter in American Tintype PhotographyThe previously untold story of 19th century painters and their influence on American photography during the tintype era. Never before examined in detail, the book contains over 75 rare, unpublished original tintype photographs from the Jim Linderman collection. A Grammy nominated writer and collector who has been called “the perfect subject for a Harvey Pekar comic” this book is informed with Linderman’s wit and continues his examination of previously overlooked art and photography subjects. 80 Pages, 8’ x 10” with essays by Jim Linderman and Kate Bloomquist. Linderman’s most recent photography book was Camera Club Girls which tells the story of the amateur photographers who met to take nude photographs during the 1950s, discovered model Bettie Page, and started a revolution in erotic art…all through the work of one never before published artist.
THIS is the LAST WEEK to READ FREE my book THE PAINTED BACKDROP: Behind the Sitter in American Tintype Photography which tells the history of 19th century painters and how they influenced photography after the camera was invented. A 100 Page book with over 100 never before published Tintype Photographs from 1860-1920. Like Camera Club Girls, The Painted Backdrop is up for an AWARD and I need your votes to win! CLICK HERE the click PREVIEW to read the ENTIRE BOOK ONLINE FOR FREE. Please forward this link to your photography fans! It only takes a few minutes to vote, and then I can move on with my life! READ and VOTE! THANKS