Edward Weston's (1886-1958) large body of straightforward, elegant black-and-white photographs concentrate on natural forms--the human figure, seashells, plants and vegetables, and landscapes--eschewing romantic subjects and manipulated imagery. This volume features more than 300 duotone reproductions of Weston's work.
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Published October 30, 1995
by Harry N. Abrams.
Arts & Photography.