Muybridge in motion: Travels in art, psychology and neurology

  title={Muybridge in motion: Travels in art, psychology and neurology},
  author={Arthur P. Shimamura},
  journal={History of Photography},
  pages={341 - 350}
  • A. Shimamura
  • Published 1 December 2002
  • Art
  • History of Photography
Abstract Eadweard J. Muybridge (1830–1904) stands as a leading figure of nineteenth-century photography.1 Best known for his artistic and scientific application of photography to capture animals in motion, Muybridge is also recognized as an ingenious inventor and one of the finest landscape photographers of the West. 2 Most formidable amongst his landscape photography is his interpretation of Yosemite Valley. He, along with Charles Weed and Carleton Watkins, was one of the first to venture into… Expand
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