Edward Weston Nudes. Remembrance by Charis Wilson. His photographs accompanied by excerpts from the Daybooks & Letters. Aperture, New York, 1977. 116 pp. Quarto. Limited edition of 350 copies, singed and numbered by Charis Wilson. Produced with hand-selected sheets. Bound in Buckram cloth . Gilt embossed. No jacket as issued. Matcing slipcase. Gilt embossed cloth in illustrated dust jacket. Numerous half-tone reproductions printed by Rapoport Printing.|
A classic retrospective of Weston's work focusing on the nude figure. Produced by his wife, Charis Wilson, who modeled for him throughout the decades, this limited edition is signed by her.
This book, a collaboration between Weston and the writer Charis Wilson, resulted from work done on Weston's Guggenheim Fellowship, the first ever given to a photographer. Wilson's text details their adventures on this two-year camping tour of the West, providing a fine accompaniment to Weston's photographs. A beautifully produced reissue of a true classic.
Overall Near Fine; the letter 'A' written in red marker (3/4") on front pastedown; neat hole punched on front free-endpaper; otherwise Fine; Near Fine+ case; small faint areas of discoloration; fading to extremities.