This book is the largest compilation of Adams' photographic works
ever published. Organized chronologically, it presents the full range of
his finest work, from early efforts in the 1920s, to his projects in
the national parks in the 1940s, up through his last important
photographs of the 1960s. Included are Adams' most popular images --
many of them icons of twentieth-century art -- as well as a number of
masterly but little-known photographs.
Ansel Adams: 400 Photographs offer an unprecedented survey of his
development as an artist. Of the themes and subjects that animate his
work and of the evolution of a style that is uniquely that of Ansel
Adams -- America's best-known and best-loved photographer.
- Hardcover, 440 pages; 400 photographs,
- Published by Little, Brown & Company
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