From David and Mary Robinson at the National Gallery of Art.
Photographs from collection of David and Mary Robinson. Essays by Sarah Greenough, David Robinson and Jeffrey Fraenkel.
183 pp., 73 illustrations., 9½x11¼".
In 1995, The National Gallery of Art acquired an important collection of photographs spanning the history of photography. The pictures had been assembled by David and Mary Robinson, two brilliant and astute collectors, during the 1980s and 1990s, photography's 'golden age' of collecting. The slip-cased volume, superbly printed by Meridian, reproduces 73 of the collection's most ravishing images. The book contains 3 essays on the nature of collecting by Sarah Greenough, David Robinson and Jeffrey Fraenkel.
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