Renaissance Portraits

Extraordinary Portraits for Discriminating Patrons

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John Cage, American composer, preparing for a concert at the Strong Auditorium, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. A collaborator with Roschenberg on the first multi-media presentation created in the United States.
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Wayne Schraeder of Fort Collins, Colorado expanded from a small oil distribution company to a large, multiple gas station dealership. Wayne was always ready to oblige and with an injured leg, he climbed up onto this oil tanker. He exclaimed later, when given a print, "Why did you cut off the wheels!" Taken for "One Day in Fort Collins."
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Leopold Stokowski during a rehearsal with the Rochester Philharmonic at the Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York. The public was invited to bring their lunches during these noon-hour sessions to help with the acoustics in the theater. I chose this back view of Leopold over all the others, much the way the audience sees conductors. People who are familiar with Leopold can easily recognize him.
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Walter Susskind practicing alone at the Eastman Theater, Rochester, New York
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Beaumont Newhall's pianist friends at Eastman House grand I, 1965.
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Beaumont Newhall's pianist friends at Eastman House grand II, 1965.
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Beaumont Newhall's pianist friends at Eastman House grand III, 1965.
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Aaron Copeland at the Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York after a rehearsal with the Rochester Philharmonic.
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Hal Holbrook playing "Mark Twain Tonight," at the Eastman Theatre in Rochester, New York. His performance in telling ghost stories would move people in the front rows to jump, he was that good.
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