"Nothing stirs my soul more than watching a 100-year-old classic yacht roll over a wave, sails flared, white water crashing off her bow, crew attentive. Watching these beauties race around a course is truly spectacular." - Michael Kahn. Sailboats features over 75 photographs of stunning sailing images from world-renowned black-and-white photographer Michael Kahn. Featuring regattas in Antigua, France, England, and more, these traditional black-and-white film photographs include sail details, boats under sail, boats on moorings, classic wooden boats, and J-class boats. Michael Kahn truly makes the case for sailboats being considered works of art in their own right, and his stunning seascape photographs have been exhibited in art galleries and museums throughout the world. A perfect gift for avid sailors, people who are interested in traditional fine-art photography, and those who are drawn to the expansive beauty of the ocean. AUTHOR: Internationally renowned photographer Michael Kahn's handmade photographs are warmly toned, signed, numbered in limited editions, and finished to museum standards. His traditional technique united with his distinctive sense of form, vision, and composition has made him one of the most memorable photographers of our time. SELLING POINTS: Over 75 striking black-and-white prints of classic sailboats in action from world-renowned photographer Michael Kahn Features regattas from Antigua, France, England, Maine, and more, with sailboats both moored and under sail Michael Kahn's stunning traditional black-and-white film prints have been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide 77 b/w photographs



ISBN: 9780764359309
Audience: General
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 144
Publication Date: 1 Jun 2020
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd
Publication City, Country: Atglen, United States
Dimensions (cm): 20.3(H) x 20.3(L)


Author Biography

Internationally renowned photographer Michael Kahn's seascape and sailing photographs are exhibited in art galleries and museums throughout the world. Captured on a 1950s camera, the images are hand-produced as silver gelatin prints and finished to museum standards. For more information please visit www.michaelkahn.com.


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