Walker Evans - A Biography

Best known for his 'pure documentary' photography for the Farm Security Administration during the Great Depression, American Walker Evans profoundly influenced generations of photographers. Although his work spoke of social injustice, in his personal life he behaved like a privileged aristocrat. Rathbone reveals these contradictions and his obsession with Americana alongside 24 pages of black and white photography.

Publisher: Thames and Hudson. First English edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: London
Top edge dusty, else fine in dustwrapper.


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