Julius Shulman, whose luminous photographs of homes
and buildings brought fame to a number of mid-20th century Modernist
architects and made him a household name in the architectural world,
died Wednesday night. He was 98.
who had been in declining health, died at his home in Los Angeles,
according to gallery owner Craig Krull, who represented him.
Starting with Richard Neutra in 1936, Shulman's roster of clients read
like a who's who of pioneering contemporary architecture: Rudolf M.
Schindler, Gregory Ain, Frank Lloyd Wright, Charles Eames, Raphael S.
Soriano, John Lautner, Eero Saarinen, Albert Frey, and many others.
Read Shulman's obituary in The Los Angeles Times.
An exhibition of photographs by Julius Shulman and Juergen Nogai are currently on display at Craig Krull Gallery
through August 8.