Duncan, David Douglas
DUNCAN, David Douglas
DUNCAN, David Douglas. American, b. 1916. Genres: Photography. Career: Has worked as a boxer, deep-sea diver, and airline publicity photographer; freelance photojournalist, 1938-39; photographer for the American Museum-Michael Lerner expeditions in Chile and Peru, 1940-41; coordinator for Interamerican affairs in Mexico and Central America, 1941-42; photographer for Life magazine, 1946-56; self-employed as photojournalist in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1956-; photo-correspondent in Vietnam for Life and American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) television, 1967-68; photographed the 1968 Republican and Democratic conventions for National Broadcasting Company (NBC) television. Photographs exhibited in one person shows and collections. Publications: ALSO PHOTOGRAPHER, EXCEPT WHERE NOTED: This Is War!: A Photo-Narrative in Three Parts, 1951; The Private World of Pablo Picasso, 1958; The Kremlin, 1960; Picasso's Picassos, 1961; Yankee Nomad: A Photographic Odyssey (autobiography), 1966; I Protest: Khe Sanh, Vietnam, 1968; Self-Portrait: U.S.A., 1969; War without Heroes, 1970; Prismatics: Exploring a New World, 1973; Goodbye Picasso, 1974; The Silent Studio, 1976; Magic Worlds of Fantasy, 1978; The Fragile Miracle of Martin Gray, 1979; Great Treasures of the Kremlin, 1979; Viva Picasso: A Centennial Celebration, 1881-1981, 1980; The World of Allah, 1982; New York, New York: Masterworks of a Street Peddler, photographs by George Forss, 1984; Sunflowers for Van Gogh, 1986; Picasso and Jacqueline, 1988; A Secret Garden, 1992; Thor, 1993; Picasso Paints a Portrait, 1996; Yo-Yo: Kidnapped in Providence, 2000; Photo Nomad, 2004.