3 edition of Classic Jazz: Photographs by Chuck Stewart found in the catalog.
July 30, 2005
by Pomegranate (Cal)
Written in English
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Chuck Stewart, whose portraits and improvisational photographs are recognized at a glance similar to identifying a Coltrane tune after a few notes, died Jan. 20, in Teaneck, N.J. He was Includes an exhaustive page book with rare photos by Chuck Stewart, Jean-Pierre Leloir, Val Wilmer and others; essays by jazz author/scholar Robin D.G. Kelley, Douglas label manager Michael Lemesre, Japanese Dolphy scholar Masakazu Sato, and co-producers Zev Feldman and James Newton, Plus words by John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Ornette Coleman and Charles Mingus.
An exploration and celebration of America's cultural heritage. The photographs featured in Jazz Greats: Classic Photographs from the Bank of America Collection capture exuberant moments of performance, the ecstatic energy of enraptured audiences, as well as more intimate and reflective moments of well-known performers. That may be why Stewart's photos can be seen on some 2, album covers, as well as books (including his own, "Jazz Files," and Leonard Feather's landmark "Encyclopedia of Jazz"), magazines and.
CHUCK STEWART’S JAZZ FILES. By: Charles Stewart (and Paul Carter Harrison) First Edition $ CALL HIM GEORGE [Jazz Book Club Edition] By: Jay Allison Stuart. First Thus (No. 42) $ PLAY THAT MUSIC The Jazz Photographs of FRANCIS WOLFF. By: Francis Wolff (Foreword by Herbie Hancock). - “John Coltrane by Chuck Stewart, ”.
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"Chuck Stewart offers twelve dramatic portraits of singular musicians in his jazz calendar, a perennial favorite from Pomegranate. This year's line-up features Sonny Stitt, Sarah Vaughn, Chet Baker, Dave Brubeck, etc. 12 x 13" wall calendar (opens to 12 x 26") with twelve black-and-white reproductions.
ISBN: /5(1). Photos by Chuck Stewart. InStewart donated a selection of 25 photographic prints documenting the legendary jazz saxophonist and composer John Coltrane’s recording sessions for his album A Love Supreme to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Get this from a library. Chuck Stewart's jazz files. [Charles Stewart; Paul Carter Harrison] -- "For over three decades New York photographer Chuck Stewart has been part of the veiled world of jazz musicians, enjoying an uncommon intimacy with many of the most formidable creators of the music.
A pictorial record of many of the great and innovative jazz musicians of the last 35 years offered by the photographer, Chuck Stewart. Jazz names like Duke Ellington, Billie Holliday, John Coltrane and Lester Bowie all feature, along with anecdotes retold by the artists themselves.
Classic Jazz: Photographs by Chuck Stewart by Chuck Stewart, JPomegranate (Cal) edition, Calendar in English - Wall edition Ella Fitzgerald Louis Armstrong Miles Davis Ansel Adams Album Covers Jazz Singer Portrait American33 pins.
Some of Chuck Stewart's most famous photos of jazz musicians are now on display in the WBGO hallways. Stewart, born inis best known for his portraits of jazz singers and musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, John Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald, and Miles Davis, as well as artists in the R&B and salsa genres.
Stamped "Globe Photos" on verso. An image of Hampton playing a percussion instrument, likely the vibraphone. Chuck Stewart () was best known for his photographs of famous jazz musicians. Born in Texas, Stewart went to Ohio University before moving to New York.
Hugh Paris Stewart (father) Anne Harris (mother) Charles Stewart ( – Janu ) was an American photographer best known for his portraits of jazz singers and musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, John Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald, and Miles Davis, as well as artists in the R&B and salsa genres.
Stewart's photographs have graced more than 2, album covers. Stewart created an archive of somenegatives, and by his count his photographs appeared on the covers of at least 2, albums. Inhe joined Coltrane as he recorded the album “A Love Supreme” at the Van Gelder Studio in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
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One of them happened to be Chuck Stewart. We became fast friends after that, and we had a relationship until he died. When I [started working with] Jazz at Lincoln Center, we bought a bunch of his photographs to put up in the hall and around the offices, and I went over to his house a lot.
Chuck Stewart, (Charles Hugh Stewart), American photographer (bornHenrietta, Texas—died Jan. 20,Teaneck, N.J.), was an admired and respected portraitist who produced thousands of intimate black-and-white photos—including many hundreds of album covers—that documented the jazz world. Stewart got his start in photography when he received a Box Brownie.
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Even when a celebrated jazz composer like Mary Lou Williams takes a moment for contemplation, as Chuck Stewart found her inone can imagine the wheels of invention at play in her mind.
Perhaps the new music born of this quiet moment will inspire dancers to glide across varnished floors, as did Aaron Siskind’s smiling couple at the Savoy.
Stewart's photographs grace album covers and studio walls, and have appeared in such publications as Down Beat and The New York Times. Here are twelve of his black-and-white portraits, of master jazz artists Kenny Burrell, Regina Carter, Cozy Cole, Alice Coltrane, Johnny Hartman, Gloria Lynne, Oliver Nelson, Archie Shepp, Jimmy Smith, Cal Tjader, Randy Weston, and Phil s: 2.
Music / Obituaries Art and Soul: Remembering Jazz Photographer Chuck Stewart. Written by Olivia Muro Published March 6, You can almost hear the photograph.
It’s an image of Dinah Washington, taken in Draped in a thick fur coat and armed with a heavily annotated score, she is shown in profile: her eyes tightly shut, her mouth open wide.
Jazz Greats: Classic Photographs from the Bank of America Collection. and created some of the most memorable jazz images of the era. Chuck Stewart is known as one of the most prolific jazz photographers, and has photographed hundreds of musicians for album covers, in clubs, concerts and recording studios, in formal portraits and in live.
Gjon Mili documented jam sessions he hosted in his New York studio in the s, and created some of the most memorable jazz images of the era. Chuck Stewart is known as one of the most prolific jazz photographers, and has photographed hundreds of musicians for album covers, in clubs, concerts and recording studios, in formal portraits and in.
The great improvisational American jazz musicians of the midth century inspired a generation of photographers to develop a looser, moodier style of visual expression.
That evocative approach is on striking display in The Jazz Image. Covering six decades of performers from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to John Coltrane and Miles Davisthis unique collection is as much a comprehensive. Chuck Stewart created an archive of somenegatives, and by his count his photographs appeared on the covers of at least 2, albums.
Credit Chester Higgins Jr. Chuck Stewart, who could not master the piano but succeeded indelibly with a camera, becoming a fixture in the jazz world with his photographs of John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie.
Second generation to master jazz photographers Herman Leonard, Chuck Stewart, Dennis Stock and Bill Gottlieb, Carol Friedman began photographing jazz musicians in New York in the late seventies.
As an art student, she took a job as a waitress in a jazz club and kept her Leica at the ready, behind the bar. She soon realized that photographing. The photos of Bill Claxton and Chuck Stewart, the graphics of Reid Miles on the classic Blue Note sides are what I know best.
I also love the cover art of Fania Records by the great Izzy Sanabria. These covers were all done old-school, with analogue photography and hand-painted art. John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Archie Shepp & Bob Thiele, Decem (Chuck Stewart Jazz Photographs, Courtesy of Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.