|Statement||selected and with an appreciation by Max Dupain.|
|Contributions||Dupain, Max., National Library of Australia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 3p., 85p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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Cazneaux's stature is based on the extraordinary diversity of his work—landscapes and portraits. He produced a series of portraits of well-known artists, musicians, and actors and many books including Canberra, Australia's Federal Capital (), Sydney Surfing (), The Bridge Book (), The Sydney Book (), Frensham Book . Harold Cazneaux is widely considered to have been the greatest Australian photographer of the early twentieth century. Cazneaux was a product of the Pictorial Movement and its leading exponent in Australia. he led a reaction against the European twilight influence, and was the founder in of the select Sydney Camera Circle, whose members. Photographer Harold Cazneaux () is a giant in the history of Australian photography. In the early s he became a passionate advocate for photography as art, rather than a mechanical recording process. , English, Book, Illustrated, Government publication edition: Cazneaux: photographs by Harold Cazneaux, / selected and with an appreciation by Max Dupain. Cazneaux, Harold, Get this edition.