Photographs and drawings by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Text by Jean-Pierre Montier.
320 pp., 150 duotone and 33 color illustrations, 9¾x13¾".
This book is the first monograph on Cartier-Bresson to truly capture the full range of his visual work. It also features many never-before-published photographs produced since his "retirement" in the mid-1970s. His painstaking drawings reveal his deep commitment to art, perfectly brought together with his momentous, brilliant photographs. An excellent retrospective of an accomplished and respected master.
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