Julius Shulman (1910-2009) was a leading architectural photographer who remained active until his death this past summer. His imagery idealized the southern California lifestyle and the modernist architecture of Richard Neutra, John Lautner and Frank Lloyd Wright. His personal archive of some 1/4 million items is currently being processed at the Getty.
To read more about his work, check out...... Tulane University Libraries:
Architecture and Its Photography/Julius Shulman. Koln and New York, 1998
Kaplan, Sam Hall. LA Lost and Found: An Architectural History of Los Angeles. New York, 1987.
Serraino, Pierluigi. Modernism Rediscovered. Koln, 2000.
Shulman, Julius. Photographing Architecture and Interiors. New York, 1962.
Stern, Michael and Alan Hess. Julius Shulman: Palm Springs. New York, 2008.
NOW AVAILABLE in the Tulane School of Architecture Library:
Julius Shulman, Architecture Rediscovered. 3 vols., Taschen, 2007. NA712.5.I57 S58