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fashion photographer emphasized emotion Bob Richardson, a fashion photographer of the 1960s and who transmitted the excitements and regrets of a generation of free spirits before disappearing into a shadow land of mental illness and homelessness, died Dec. 5 at his home in Manhattan. He was 77. Robert George Richardson, born to Irish Catholic parents on Long Island in New York, was attracted to the messy, tempestuous, desolating quality of human relations. He was one of the first photographers to recognize that these emotions were not outside the world of fashion but were in fact vital to it. In a 16-page spread in French Vogue in 1967, he evoked the sex idyll, the gloom and the sudden, all-obliterating passions of two lovers on a Greek island. In one shot, model Donna Mitchell is seen crying; in another she lies on a rocky shore, her face turned away, with her nude lover in the water before her. Mr. Richardson in 1969 and later introduced him to her friend Anjelica Huston, with whom he had an intense, four-year relationship. "They were about crying in your room, feeling lonely, hoping for sex." To photographers such as Bruce Weber, Steven Meisel and Peter Lindbergh, Mr. Richardson was a pathfinder. As Weber said, describing his influence: "There no textbook, no award, but there is this Bob Richardson school of photography. And it an anti-school. He was the first guy who said it was OK to underexpose the film, to not show the clothes." Weber added: "So many photographers when I first started out idolized Bob. He was sort of an underground figure." In a 1995 profile in The New Yorker, when Mr. Sex, drugs and rock roll that what was happening. And I was going to help make it happen. Boy, they did not want that in America. Some of those editors were still wearing white gloves to couture." Mr. Richardson was as overbearing and opinionated as he was seductive and handsome. His son Terry said his father schizophrenia was diagnosed in the 1960s. Years of drug and alcohol abuse added to his instability and increasing rootlessness, especially in the when he had mostly cut off ties with his family. Terry Richardson, also a photographer, said he first helped get his father off the streets in 1984, and by then he had been homeless for two years. Richardson studied art at the Parsons School of Design and Pratt Institute without graduating. His first marriage, to Barbara Mead, produced a daughter, Margaret, but soon collapsed; according to The New Yorker article, Mr. Richardson did not maintain contact with them. (Terry Richardson said he had not seen his half sister in a decade and did not know her whereabouts. There are no other immediate survivors.) By the early Mr. Richardson was taking fashion photographs and had resolved, he told Sischy, to "photograph my kind of woman." Harper Bazaar gave him his first commission in 1963, and the magazine art directors, Ruth Ansel and Bea Feitler, seemed especially attuned to his loose, unencumbered style. Around this time, he married an actress named Norma Kessler (from whom he was later divorced), and Terry, their only child, was born in 1965. Norma served as the assistant for the Greek island shoot two years later. "It was just my mom, Dad and me with a bag of clothes," Terry said. "They just went off together and did these pictures." By 1970, Mr. Richardson was deeply involved with Huston, who was 18 when they met, and together they would produce some of the most wistful portraits of the era. Certainly no photographer ever made Huston look more beautiful. Terry Richardson said the two last saw each other at an airport in 1973, when they went their separate ways. With much of Mr. Richardson original work lost or buried in magazine archives, a number of individuals, including Meisel and art historian Martin Harrison, tried to help restore at least his reputation as an groundbreaking photographer. And in the he received some new assignments from magazines such as Italian Vogue. But Mr. Richardson could be hardest on the people who loved him. "It was his way or the highway," his son said. Early this year, Mr. Richardson, who had been living in Los Angeles, decided to return to New York, driving across the country in an old Mercedes with his dog, Mick, and taking pictures. He had a publishing deal to produce his first monograph, with Greybull Press, but through some orneriness, it fell through. Terry Richardson said he would do the book, which includes an autobiography. And in deference to his father wishes, it will not have any color pictures: "My dad always said, see the world in black and white. "