Queen Elizabeth II Portraits by Cecil Beaton Photographer costume designer avid diarist Cecil Beaton was also a romantic royalist whose glittering photographs of Queen Elizabeth II were among the most widely published portraits of the th cen

  • Title: Queen Elizabeth II: Portraits by Cecil Beaton
  • Author: Cecil Beaton Susanna Brown
  • ISBN: 9781851776542
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Photographer, costume designer, avid diarist Cecil Beaton was also a romantic royalist whose glittering photographs of Queen Elizabeth II were among the most widely published portraits of the 20th century This fascinating book explores Beaton s long relationship with the Queen and the royal family, and describes how his royal portraits shaped the monarchy s public imagePhotographer, costume designer, avid diarist Cecil Beaton was also a romantic royalist whose glittering photographs of Queen Elizabeth II were among the most widely published portraits of the 20th century This fascinating book explores Beaton s long relationship with the Queen and the royal family, and describes how his royal portraits shaped the monarchy s public image from the 1930s to the late 1960s It is a celebration of Beaton, the enduring flair of his portraits, and the myriad sources of inspiration that resulted in photographs so powerful that they molded the world s perception of a mother, princess, and monarch.Praise for Queen Elizabeth II A book embodying a large piece of 20th century history The Palm Beach Post

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    1. Having seen some of his Queen Elizabeth portraits at the National Portrait Gallery the other day I decided to find out more. I missed the exhibition at the V&A earlier this year, but was delighted to find out that there was a book of the exhibition and so ordered it. The book has a good balance between history - how did Cecil Beaton come into photographing the royal family, technical details - camera details and lighting information as well as influences - Gainsborough, Winterhalter etc. Som [...]

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