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Arnold Newman: The Early Work

Newman, Arnold

Code 3246
ISBN: 9783865213617
Publisher: Steidl


While Arnold Newman is recognized as a pioneer of the environmental portrait, creating iconic photographs of Igor Stravinsky, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Pablo Picasso, and other such figures in the context of their working spaces, Newman spent the early years of his career experimenting in abstract and documentary images. Spanning 1938 to 1942, this collection reveals his evolution as a photographer, working in Philadelphia and West Palm Beach. Among the 106 black and white images?each reproduced in tritone and presented singly, at original size, on a large cream page?are abstracts, still lifes, and the impoverished people and places of the Depression.Hardcover 12.75 x 12.75 inches231 pages, 106 tritone platesISBN: 9783865213617