Skip to main content Skip to search results

Keppler, Victor, 1904-1987

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1904 - 1987

Victor Keppler was born in 1904 in Manhatten. He was a commercial photographer and author. Throughout his career as a photographer, Keppler did advertisements for clients such as Camel Cigarettes and the United States government. Keppler also did cover photos for "The Saturday Evening Post." He founded the Famous Photographers School in Westport, Connecticut, which existed from 1961 until 1972. Keppler was the author of "A Life of Color Photography: The Eighth Art" (1938) and "Victor Keppler: Man and Camera" (1970). He died in 1987.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

"A Life of Color Photography: The Eighth Art" typescript

MS-305
 Collection
Identifier: MS-305
Overview "A Life of Color Photography: The Eighth Art." The collection contains the typescript with handwritten corrections, galleys and page proofs of the book by Victor Keppler, published in 1938.