Julius Shulman-Campanile, UC Berkeley Campus, Berkeley, Ca. 1934
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Photographer:  Julius Shulman

Subject:  Campanile, UC Berkeley

Location:  Berkeley, California

Job: 6489 - B

Date:  1934

Taken with Julius' Vest Pocket Camera.

This Julius Shulman Print arrives with a "Certificate of Authenticity" authorized by the "Julius Shulman Trust & Photographic Archives"

During the early 1930’s Julius Shulman audited class at U C Berkeley while earning a small living as a photographer.
On February 1936 Shulman returned home to Los Angeles only to receive his first major photographic assignment for architect Richard Neutra within a month of his return. The Campanile was completed in 1913 and  is UC Berkeley's most famous symbol. It is also known as Sather Tower. Reaching  307 feet tall it is the third tallest bell and clock-tower in the world. Located 200 feet up is the observation platform which  provides incredible views of the entire Bay Area and campus. It is reached  by a combination of elevator and stairs.

Gelatin Silver Print: Unframed Paper size: 20" x 24"  (50.80 cm. x 60.96 cm.), Image size: 14" x 22"  (35.56 cm. x 55.88 cm.).
Shulman's studio stamp on verso and signature on recto.  

Signed by Julius Shulman at his Hollywood Hills Studio.  

Image is in Excellent Condition. Condition Report: Any condition statement is given as an opinion and and does not imply that this photograph is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfection or the effects of aging.

This Julius Shulman image came from Shulman's Hollywood Hills studio.

  • Item #: Lot: 6489-B

Julius Shulman-Campanile, UC Berkeley Campus, Berkeley, Ca. 1934

Price: $895.00
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