The Man Who Shot Garbo. The Hollywood Photographs of Clarence Sinclair Bull. Text by Terence Pepper and John Kobal. Foreword by Katharine Hepburn. Hardbound. Quarto. First Edition. Dust jacket. 183 plates with captions by John Kobal. Includes bibliography and index of plates. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1989.
A lavish collection of Clarence Sinclair Bull's dazzling work which stands not only as a tribute to the career of an extraordinary photographer, but as one of the most important collections of Hollywood portraiture to be assembled in years. Featuring an introduction by Terence Pepper of the National Portrait Gallery in London, and a foreword by Katherine Hepburn, this book takes us on a photographic odyssey through Hollywood's Golden Age.
Fine dust jacket has some edge wear and light rubbing; book itself is Very Fine.