Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986-2002

Robin Williams A Singular Portrait I had always thought that when I was around and Robin was we could collaborate on a book about the golden years of his career where he could look at my photographs and reminisce about the events

  • Title: Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986-2002
  • Author: Arthur Grace
  • ISBN: 9781619027275
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986-2002

    I had always thought that when I was around 84 and Robin was 80 we could collaborate on a book about the golden years of his career where he could look at my photographs and reminisce about the events and his feelings at the time Unfortunately, that book was never to be Photographer Arthur Grace first met Robin Williams in April 1986, at a comedy club in PittsburghI had always thought that when I was around 84 and Robin was 80 we could collaborate on a book about the golden years of his career where he could look at my photographs and reminisce about the events and his feelings at the time Unfortunately, that book was never to be Photographer Arthur Grace first met Robin Williams in April 1986, at a comedy club in Pittsburgh where Williams was working to polish what would eventually become his award winning special Evening at the Met The two hit it off immediately, and thus blossomed a close friendship that carried them through their increasingly successful careers Told through a series of stunning photographs of Williams taken by Grace over the course of this decades long partnership, Robin Williams A Singular Portrait offers a touching and up close look at the real Robin Williams the manic and happy, the pensive and weary, the engaged and disengaged, a true portrait of one of America s greatest comics and most beloved actors.For the millions of people around the globe that Robin Williams has touched, these images, than 150 photographs, a glorious mixture of stunning color and resonating black and white presented in exhibit format, will be something to embrace and cherish, not simply because of their exclusivity, but because of their intimacy and their honesty.

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    One thought on “Robin Williams: A Singular Portrait, 1986-2002

    1. Ietrio

      A book that gave me mixed feelings. The pictures are good. You may say professional. In the sense that there are no beginner or amateurish mistakes. But each and every time the merit belongs to Robin. Robin is so special, so different. I am even today impressed. I mean, Billy Crystal is an accomplished comic with years of experience, yet in every frame he becomes almost invisible, he is so plain he blends in the background when Robin is there.I have ignored the text. Maybe some other time.

    2. Jennifer

      Beautiful book, filled with wonderful pictures. This book was delightful, but a little sad. Still haven't gotten over the loss of Robin. He was a funny, funny man and an amazing actor. Probably the only comedian that could make me laugh until I don't think I could laugh anymore. I was very lucky to see him on tour in Charlotte, NC in February 2009. Funniest night ever! Loved this book and all the pictures. Photographer Arthur Grace really captured some great shots, some very personal. It was nic [...]

    3. Andrea

      This is a beautiful book of photographs from Arthur Grace, who had exclusive back-stage access to the life and career of Robin Williams from 1986 to 2002. In addition to the wonderful photographs, Arthur Grace describes his adventures with the renowned comedian, including winning an Oscar and his portrayals in films like "Good Will Hunting". More importantly for me, the intimate shots of Robin Williams' family were lovely and touching after hearing about his children during interviews. The only [...]

    4. Stacy

      This is a beautiful coffee table book that i read in one sitting. Arthur Grace, a photographer and friend of Robin's knew him for 30 plus years and photographed him at home, on set, on vacation. This is a collection of photos that perfectly depict Robin and made me sad and appreciative all over again. He was an amazing comic, family man, and actor. I really loved this book.

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