Lawrence Schiller first picked up a camera in junior high. Even though a childhood accident left him visually impaired in one eye, he became an obsessive photographer; having pictures already in Life, Sport, Playboy, Glamour and the Saturday Evening Post while attending Pepperdine College. Schiller soon developed a career in print journalism, documenting stories for magazines worldwide, including Life, Look, Newsweek, Time, Paris Match, Stern and the London Sunday Times.
Lawrence Schiller – Barbara Streisand in the Motion Picture, “On A Clear Day You Can See Forever”, 1969
Artist: Lawrence Schiller
Medium: C-Print Stamp Dated and Hand Signed by Lawrence Schiller
Edition: Limited Edition of 35
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