Seller's Notes: The Darkness and the Light: Photographs by Doris Ullmann; preface by William Clift with A New Heaven and a New Earth by Robert Coles; Aperture; 1974; paperback with black and white photographs. Some light discoloration/sun fading on cover and spine; pages are clean and bright; binding is tight; overall a very good copy. P.H. Emerson: The Fight for Photography as a Fine Art; Nancy Newhall; Aperture; New York; 1975; paperback. First edition; illustrated with black and white photographs. Covers show light shelf wear; binding is tight; pages are clean and bright; overall a very good copy. A Life in Photography: Edward Steichen; Doubleday in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art; 1963; hardcover with dust jacket; black and white photographs. Dust jacket shows wear and has multiple tears (see photograph); binding is tight; pages are clean featuring the wonderful photographs of Edward Steichen. Alfred Stieglitz An American Seer by Dorothy Norman; Aperture/Random House; New York; 1973; stated first edition; hardback with dust jacket. Considered the definitive monograph on Stieglitz, known as the father of modern photography, gallery owner and companion of Georgia O'Keefe, this book combines text with numerous beautiful photographs. Dust jacket has 1" vertical tear on top of front cover and on back cover. Back cover has some minor sun fading; dust jacket is price clipped. Interior pages, however, are clean and bright, binding is tight. Overall a beautiful book in very good condition. Catalogue 5: 19th and 20th Century Photographs; Lunn Gallery; Washington D.C.; 1976; paperback with black and white photographs. Gallery catalog listing a variety of photographs. Binding is tight; pages are clean and bright; overall in excellent condition. Report: Minor White Workshops and A Dialogue Failed; Arnold Gassan; Baumgartner Publications; 1983; paperback with illustrations. In excellent condition, pages are clean and bright; binding is tight; very minimal wear. Looking at Photographs: 100 Pictures from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art by John Szarkowski; New York Graphic Society Ltd.; Greenwich, CT; 1974; 1st edition, second printing; hardback with dust jacket. Contains beautiful photographs from various contributors, a "who's who" of photography. Dust jacket shows some sun fading and light staining on front and back covers; inside front flap is creased; interior pages are clean and bright; binding is tight. Overall a good copy of a rare title. The Photographic Eye of Ben Shahn; Davis Pratt (ed.); Harvard University Press; 1975; first edition; hardback with dust jacket. Wonderful book featuring the black and white photographs of the prolific photographer Ben Shahn; photographs are of people and places across the USA including New York City, Louisiana, Ohio and Virginia. Dust jacket shows some shelf wear with minor tears at top of spine; interior pages are clean and bright; binding is tight. Overall in very good condition.
Condition: Age-worn: Has lived a full life and has a "distressed" look with noticeable wear
Age: 30+ Years Old
Overall Dimensions: Width: 12 inches, Height: 12 inches, Depth: 4 inches
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