Muybridge

[mahy-brij]
noun
  1. Ead·weard [ed-werd] /ˈɛd wərd/, Edward James Muggeridge, 1830–1904, U.S. photographer, born in England: pioneered in photographic studies of animals and humans in motion.
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Contemporary Examples of muybridge

  • Paralytic Child Walking on All Fours (from Muybridge), from that year, is a fine example of this stylistic shift.

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    Art's Obsessive Genius

    Paul Laster

    May 20, 2009

Historical Examples of muybridge

  • Mr. Muybridge delighted his audience with his wonderful photographs.

    Descriptive Zoopraxography

    Eadweard Muybridge

  • I am lost with admiration of these photographs of Mr. Muybridge.

    Descriptive Zoopraxography

    Eadweard Muybridge

  • But between 1870 and 1880 two men, Marey and Muybridge, began work with the camera on the movements of horses.

  • It seems to me that the power in these Muybridge photographs grows upon you.

    Patroclus and Penelope

    Theodore Ayrault Dodge

  • Artistic people are all talking about Mr. Muybridge, who has come hither with that rare desideratum—something new.

    Descriptive Zoopraxography

    Eadweard Muybridge


British Dictionary definitions for muybridge

Muybridge

noun
  1. Eadweard (ˈɛdwəd), original name Edward James Muggeridge. 1830–1904, US photographer, born in England; noted for his high-speed photographic studies of animals and people in motion
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