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Introduction
Baron George Hoyningen-Huene (September 4, 1900 – September 12, 1968) was a fashion photographer of the 1920s and 1930s. He was born in Russia to Baltic German and American parents and spent his working life in France, England and the United States.
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Q1507622
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Introduction
In 1925, Hoyningen-Huene began working for Vogue Magazine in Paris and soon afterwards became their chief fashion photographer. In 1927, he began making amateur films and in 1935, emigrated to the United States. Until 1945, he worked as a staff fashion photographer for Harper's Bazaar Magazine in New York City. In 1946, Hoyningen-Huene moved to Los Angeles, California, where he began teaching photography at the Art Center School, Los Angeles. From 1946 to 1968, he worked as a color consultant for films in Hollywood.
Nationalities
Russian, American, Soviet
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Teacher, Photographer
Names
George Hoyningen-Huene, George Hoyningen-Huené, George Hoyningen- Huene
Ulan
500012568
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