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Horst Tappe, Vladimir Nabokov

by Horst Tappe

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Published by Merian in Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 -- Pictorial works.,
  • Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 -- Quotations.

  • Edition Notes

    English, French, and German.

    Other titlesVladimir Nabokov, Nabokov
    StatementHorst Tappe, photographs ; Vladimir Nabokov, quotations ; Charlotte Contesse-Barraud, Sarah Cuendet, Celine Eidenbenz, conception ; Tilo Richter, editor.
    GenrePictorial works., Quotations.
    ContributionsNabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977., Contesse-Barraud, Charlotte., Cuendet, Sarah., Eidenbenz, Céline., Richter, Tilo, 1968-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG3476.N3 Z893 2001
    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p. :
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3654618M
    ISBN 10385616152X
    LC Control Number2002506269

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    Horst Tappe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images Pictured in later years, Nabokov maintained his passion for the study of butterflies throughout his life. Nabokov was never a full-time entomologist, but he was an extremely knowledgeable amateur who published several scientific papers and described more than a dozen new butterflies. Horst Tappe exhibited in many cities in Europe and the United States. From , he lived and worked in Montreux, Switzerland, staying regularly in London, Paris and Berlin. He gradually built up a portrait gallery of internationally famous figures that .

      Vladimir Nabakov at the Montreux Palace Hotel in Switzerland, where he lived after Credit Horst Tappe/Pic Inc. – Time Life Pictures – Getty Images. - Exclusive fashion, art, design, food, interiors and travel coverage from T: The New York Times Style Magazine.


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Horst Tappe (13 May in Gütersloh, Germany – 21 August Vevey, Switzerland) was a German photographer who lived in Switzerland since Tappe was famous for his portraits of creative artists, writers, philosophers, scientists from around the world.

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Vladimir Nabokov’s Fighting Spirit Horst Tappe/Hulton Archive/Getty. including the author of the book, some information about. Certainly, Tappe's most developed and continuous projects were with close friends such as Kokoschka and Nabokov.

With both of these he made books, following their leisure moments as intensely as. Russian-born writer Vladimir Nabokov: in Nabokov recorded his dreams for 80 days to test a theory by philosopher John Donne.

Photograph: Horst Tappe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images. Some books, like “The Institutionalist Approach to Public Utility Regulation,” defeat commentary; others, like “Ulysses,” invite it.

“Pale Fire,” Vladimir Nabokov. Nabokov's wife, Véra, was Jewish, and so, therefore, was their son (born in ); and there is a strong likelihood that if the Nabokovs had failed to escape from France when they did (in Maywith the Wehrmacht 70 miles from Paris), they would have.

Many of the photographs are already famous. Others, never published before, promise to become no less so.” (Nabokov News, Brian Boyd)Nabokov, Vladimir is the author of 'Nabokov', published under ISBN and ISBN X.

Nabokov is a great book. This book is written by author Nabokov, Vladimir, Tappe, Horst. VLADIMIR NABOKOV (). Writer Montreux Switzerland Photographed By Horst Tappe. From Granger - Historical Picture Archive.

Horst Tappe/Getty,Horst Tappe the author of the The Secret History of Vladimir Nabokov, He rather unfairly thought the book so ponderous and pedestrian as to have likely been written by.

Photo: Horst Tappe/Hulton Archive/Getty Images The work of Vladimir Nabokov is an obsessive study in the risks and rewards of total control.

This applies on both the micro level (his books) and. Horst Tappe, a German photographer known for portraits of literary and artistic luminaries including Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalí, Vladimir Nabokov and Alfred Hitchcock, died on Aug.

21 in Vevey. Origins. Vladimir Nabokov wrote Lolita over a period of 5 years, finally finishing the novel on December 6, The book was first published in (in Paris, France) and then in (in New York, New York). (The author also later translated the book back into his native tongue, Russian--later in his life.).

GENEVA -- Photographer Horst Tappe, whose portraits of literary and artistic luminaries included Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Vladimir Nabokov, and Alfred Hitchcock, has died, a friend said yesterday.

He was Mr. Tappe died of cancer Aug. 21 in Vevey, said friend and collaborator Charlotte Contesse. The creation of the Horst Tappe Foundation was born out of a friendship.

It was in that the world-famous photographer met Sarah Benoit and Charlotte Lukaszewski, two art historians studying at Lausanne University. They were mounting an exhibition devoted to Vladimir Nabokov, and Horst Tappe owned a famous series of photographs of the writer.

Vladimir Nabokov and his wife, Vera in Switzerland in Photograph: Horst Tappe/Getty Images Horst Tappe/Getty Images I n Octoberasked to nominate three books he had recently been. Buy Vladimir Nabokov: The Velvet Butterfly by Alan Levy, Horst Tappe (Illustrator) online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Russia. Nabokov was born on 22 April (10 April Old Style), in Saint Petersburg, to a wealthy and prominent family of the Russian nobility. His family traced its roots to the 14th-century Tatar prince Nabok Murza, who entered into the service of the Tsars, and from whom the family name is derived.: 16 His father was Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov (–), a liberal.

Not the posthumous fiction from Vladimir Nabokov or Kurt Vonnegut sucks -- these are legends of literature. The new books just feel like novelty items. And books shouldn't. It was in that the photographer Horst Tappe first met Vladimir Nabokov at the Montreux Palace Hotel in Switzerland where Nabokov resided while penning his great novels Pale Fire and Ada or Ardor.