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Barbra Streisand, Art Edition No. 101–200, Lawrence Schiller ‘Streisand En Route To London’

Edition of 100
Gelatin silver print, 15.7 x 11.8 in., hardcover volume in clamshell box, 12.3 x 17.3 in., 340 pages
US$ 1,800
Multilingual Edition:
English, French, German
Availability: In Stock
On the set, on the road, and in the studio, photographers Steve Schapiro and Lawrence Schiller capture Barbra Streisand as her Hollywood star rises. Featuring more than 100 never-before-published pictures, this must-have collection for any Streisand fan comes with the signed and numbered print Streisand En Route to London by Schiller, an intimate moment with the star during the filming of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.

Art Edition (No. 101–200), each signed by Lawrence Schiller, with the signed print Streisand En Route to London (1969)

Pitch Perfect

From Funny Girl to A Star Is Born, the meteoric rise of Barbra Streisand

In 1970 Barbra Streisand published a story in Life magazine titled “Who Am I Anyway?” It was the very question two leading photojournalists of the day—Steve Schapiro and Lawrence Schiller—were also asking as they photographed her during her first five years in Hollywood, working to get beneath the veneer and capture “the real Barbra.”

Brimming with more than 100 photographsover half of which have never been published before—and stories behind the shots from Schapiro and Schiller, this is a must-have collection for any Streisand fan. All the best movies of Streisand’s first Hollywood decade are here: Funny Girl, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, The Way We Were, The Owl and the Pussycat, Up the Sandbox, Funny Lady, and A Star Is Born. So too are her loves, directors, confidantes, and costars: Elliott Gould, William Wyler, Sydney Pollack, Vincente Minnelli, Cis Corman, Omar Sharif, Kris Kristofferson, and, of course, Robert Redford. Through it all a picture emerges not of a singer who could act, but of an actress who could sing, write, direct, dance, and do just about anything she put her mind to.

Art Edition of 100 numbered copies (No. 101–200), each signed by Lawrence Schiller, with the numbered and signed print Streisand En Route to London, captured during the filming of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.

Also available in a second Art Edition (No. 1–100) with an alternative signed print by Steve Schapiro, and in a signed Collector’s Edition (No. 201–1,200).
The photographer

Lawrence Schiller began his career as a photojournalist for Life, Time, and Paris Match, photographing some of the most iconic figures of the 1960s, from Marilyn Monroe to Barbra Streisand, from Ali and Patterson to Redford and Newman. His book projects include five New York Times best sellers, Marilyn & Me, Barbra, and the Pulitzer Prize–winning book, The Executioner’s Song, by Norman Mailer. He has directed or produced 20 motion pictures, including the documentaries The American Dreamer and the Oscar–winning The Man Who Skied Down Everest. Among his films for television, The Executioner’s Song and Peter the Great won five Emmys.

Barbra Streisand, Art Edition No. 101–200, Lawrence Schiller ‘Streisand En Route To London’
Edition of 100
Gelatin silver print, 15.7 x 11.8 in., hardcover volume in clamshell box, 12.3 x 17.3 in., 340 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-4246-3
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German
Barbra Streisand, Art Edition No. 101–200, Lawrence Schiller ‘Streisand En Route To London’
Edition of 100
US$ 1,800