|Dates||born France, 1868 - 1946|
|Died||Los Angeles, California, United States|
Baron Adolf de Meyer spent his childhood in Paris and Germany. He exhibited photographs as an amateur photographer when he was around twenty-six years old. The following year he relocated from Dresden to London, where he was admitted to the
Around 1934, a new editor with a mission to redefine the renamed Harper's Bazaar led to the end of de Meyer's illustrious career with the magazine. After travels in Europe, he relocated to Hollywood at the end of the thirties. He died in Los Angeles, remembered for his famous friends but virtually forgotten as a photographer.