(JuliusShulman.org would like to thank the Julius Shulman Trust and Photographic Archives for acknowledging the authenticity of this website's inventory and for supporting our website's endevor to spread and share Julius' lifes work with the public at affordable prices.)

JuliusShulman.org Discount photographs, slides, posters, books, awards, banners and personal correspondence features the worlds largest private collection of Julius Shulman memorabilia. Our collection came to us directly from Julius Shulman's Hollywood Hills studio located at his Woodrow Wilson Drive home. 

JuliusShulman.org includes works by Frank Lloyd Wright, R.M. Schindler, J.R. Davidson, John Lautner, Pierre Koenig, Charles & Ray Eames, Raphael Soriano and others. 

Our inventory of Julius Shulman's memorabilia has never been previously offered for sale. Nothing we offer was purchased or is being sold on consignment. We offer greatly reduced prices since we are not a store. Nothing we offer is being “resold”. 

JuliusShulman.org will shut down once our current inventory of Julius Shulman’s photographs is depleted per the agreement that Julius Shulman negotiated with the Getty Research Institute which always treated Julius with dignity and respect. We cannot and do not duplicate or in any way make copies of any of Julius Shulman's prints. Our inventory only consists of items that we received directly from Julius Shulman's Hollywood Hills Studio. 

We disclose prices online and encourage you to shop around.. We are confident that you will return to us. Discounts are offered for multiple items purchased at the same time. Our inventory is the exact same as found in galleries at higher prices since all prints were produced using the same negatives.
Unlike many galleries, we do not sell used prints and represent them to be new. 100% of our prints are new unless they are noted otherwise.

All our inventory came to us directly from Julius Shulman's studio. The Julius Shulman Trust and Photographic Archives has authenticated our inventory. This website is managed and financed by Julius' longtime friends. All funds are donated to worthy causes. We all miss Julius very much.

Shop with confidence. We regularly update our website. JuliusShulman.org pays for all shipping in the continental US. 

JuliusShulman.org carefully describe the condition of our products overstating defects rather than understate them. All of our descriptions are accurate. If you are not 100% satisfied, please contact us. 

JuliusShulman.org will no longer authenticate purchases made from other sources. We are sorry if you purchased from another source only to discover that you overpaid or did not receive what you expected and the seller has a no refund policy or charges you a restocking fee. 

Some galleries who hide their online prices have purchased inventory from us for resell at higher prices. Their inventory consists of approximately 7 Shulman prints and our webpage has over 1,450 Shulman prints (and much more to come). No one can compete with our low prices, our perfect reputation, our no restocking fee and our great return and refund policy...(although we have never been asked for a refund or exchange).

We are glad to answer any questions, but do we not purchase prints. We cannot chance contaminating our authentic Julius Shulman inventory with outside items. JuliusShulman.org never has and never will purchase anything from anyone. All our products came to us directly from Julius Shulman's Hollywood Hills Studio, no exceptions.

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With over 500 purchases, we have yet to have even one client complaint or return!

Here are just a few of our customers unsolicited comments. We have lots more. 

Photos arrived and they look fantastic!
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I received the photograph and have had it framed.
My wife and I love it and are proudly displaying it in our living room.
New York, New York 

Thanks for everything! 
I'm sure this will be the first of several purchases. 
Los Angeles, California. 

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I totally trust you!
Thanks for explaining
Santa Monica, California

Thank you! I love the prints and will cherish them.
My client also loves the prints.  
As I write this, they are being framed and will be ready by the beginning of next week.
Pasadena, California 

Thank you for the quick and thorough response. 
I love your prices.. and your inventory.
Newport Beach, California 

I just wanted to let you know the prints arrived safe and sound this morning, they are beyond my expectations.
I just love them and can’t wait to get them framed.
Rosebery, Australia.

Thank you so much for the two prints you sent me. I am delighted with them!
Ascot, England. 

The photograph arrived safely
I am very happy and pleased with the picture - Thank you very much again.
Kiel, Germany


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    Julius Shulman was often referred to “As the leading architectural photographer of the 20th century” and "The recorder of American Modernism" was born October 10,1910 and peacefully passed away at his secluded Hollywood Hills home on July 15, 2009. Julius Shulman’s long journey as a photographer and environmentalist started by chance…

    Born to a Russian Jewish family in Brooklyn, Julius Shulman moved to Los Angeles in 1920. His family opened and operated a dry goods store. Without any formal photographic training, Shulman audited various classes at UCLA and UC Berkeley before returning to Los Angeles in 1936 to start his career as a professional photographer

    In 1936 Julius Shulman was taken to a construction site of what was to be known as the “Kun” house in Los Angeles. Having his pocket camera with him, Julius Shulman decided to take a series of shots and sent them to the architect, Richard Neutra. Neutra was so pleased with the shots that he purchased them and asked Julius Shulman to continue shooting his projects. As word spread of this young talented photographer, other architects hired Shulman including Frank Lloyd Wright, R.M. Schindler, J.R. Davidson, Charles and Ray Eames and the architect who would design Julius Shulman’s own Hollywood Hills home, Raphael Soriano. The home was later named a historic-cultural monument by the Cultural Heritage Board in Los Angeles.

    As the years passed, thanks to his famous clients and extensive magazine spreads (staff photographer for Arts & Architecture) and hundreds of articles in the L A Times, Julius Shulman’s accomplishments would become recognized internationally. Soon Julius Shulman was traveling on assignments all over the world for both foreign architects, foreign governments, magazines and newspapers. In 1969 Julius Shulman was awarded the AIAA Architectural Photography Medal for his accomplishments that memorialized the Southern California lifestyle for future generations.

    Shortly before his death, Julius Shulman sold a majority of his archives to the Getty Reaserch Institude in Los Angeles. The sale of approximately 260,000 of the over 275,000 negatives shot over Shulmans's 75 year career was in keeping with Julius Shulman's intent to preserve his lifelong work for generations to come. Not known to many was Julius Shulman's love for teaching future generations about their environment and preserving the planet. During one year alone Julius Shulman donated over a million dollars to local universities and organizations.

    Throughout his lifetime, Julius Shulman advised architects and photographers with proper techniques with the intent of boosting their careers. Julius Shulman introduced these architects and photographers to his successful colleagues, who had established themselves in an attempt to furthering their careers and continue the challenging task of documenting the wonderful world of architecture that Julius loved so much.