Robert Capa Photographs.
Photographs by Robert Capa. Text by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Cornell Capa, and Richard Whelan.
Aperture, New York, 1996. 192 pp., 170 duotone illustrations, 8¼x11¼".
This is the first major monograph to focus on the whole range of Robert Capa's work. In addition to the war images for which he is most well known--Death of A Loyalist Soldier most memorably--are deeply humanistic documentary images of the birth of Israel, Parisian street life, and the scenes off of the battle field that define civilian life during war time. Also included are portraits of the photographer's luminary compatriots, Hemingway, Picasso, and Ingrid Bergman, among others.
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