W. Eugene Smith
Size: 26x33 cm
A master of the photo essay who was greatly influenced by American cinema of the nineteen fifties.
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The most representative images by W. Eugene Smith, a master of the photo essay who was greatly influenced by American cinema of the nineteen fifties, are contained in this book. His images convey the atmosphere of the place as well as the feelings and inner nature of those portrayed. The book offers his most important work: Spanish Village, a photo essay on rural Spain in the nineteen fifties; Rural Doctor, Nurse Midwife and A Man of Mercy, all of them examples of the humanist focus of his photography; Pittsburgh, with dark, apocalyptic scenes of the large metal foundries; and Minamata, an environmental statement made in the seventies.
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