The Daybooks of Edward Weston.
Photographs by Edward Weston. Edited and with an Introduction by Nancy Newhall. Preface by Beaumont Newhall.
Aperture, New York, 1990. 520 pp., 64 b&w illustrations,, 6½x9¼".
Written over a decade and a half, The Daybooks of Edward Weston detail Weston's thoughts about life and art, outline his hopes and ambitions, catalogue his many love affairs, and mercilessly criticize his own photographic work. This book provides an intimate document of an artist's struggle to forge a style, to adjust to an unsympathetic world, and to discover his relationship to family and friends.
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