Memoirs of a Life in Photography.

Text by Beaumont Newhall.
Bulfinch, Boston, 1993. 272 pp., numerous black-and-white illustrations, 8x10".

As founding Curator of Photography at both the Museum of Modern Art and George Eastman House, Beaumont Newhall was one of the most influential figures in modern American photography. His monumental work History of Photography continues to be reprinted since its original publication in 1937, and the photographers he has "championed" include Adams, Cartier-Bresson, Stieglitz and Strand. Focus, his long-anticipated memoirs, is "rich with reminiscences about people and places that greatly enhance our understanding and appreciation of the medium" and is "above all the warm, insightful story of a man of vision and the times in which he has lived."--the publisher.

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