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BOURKE WHITE Photographer Bonanza ed., 1972

BOURKE WHITE Photographer Bonanza ed., 1972

Description :

A very complete monograph.

The photographer Margaret Bourke-White (1904-1971) is one of the first American photojournalists, the first foreign photographer to be authorized to photograph the industry Soviet citizen, the first woman corresponding of war of the American army, and the first woman photographer for Life. She photographed the liberation of the death camps of Germany Nazi.

Bonanza books, 1972. Ed. par Sean Callahan, introduction by Theodor M. Brown, foreword by Carl Mydans. 208 pages and more than 200 black and white photographs. Hardcover with illustrated dustjacket.

Photographer(s) :

Year :

1998

Topics :

  • Life Scene
  • Report
  • USA

Language :

English

Editor :

Bonanza books, New York

Signature :

no

State :

nearly mint

Dustjacket state :

Very Good

Edition :

1st Edition

Binding :

Hard Cover, with Dustjacket

Size (in) :

9 x 11

Pages number :

208 p.

Price :

85.00 €

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