- Full Description
The author weaves 135 reproductions of Arthur Wesley Dow's (1857-1922) photographs with essays about the artist's personal and professional life, and a clear picture of Dow's contributions to early modernist photography develops as a result. Amazing period shots of The Grand Canyon, Dunes in Ipswitch, Temples in India, Japanese houses and many landscapes, most circa 1890s to 1911. Dow's interest in Japanese woodblocks and pictorialism (telling a story) is evident in this interesting collection of photographs.
As new, most copies in shrink-wrap.
- Additional Information
Item Code PAWD Publisher Museum of New Mexico Press Publish Date 2001 ISBN 9780890133835 Binding Hard Cover Dimensions 10x11 # Pages 166pg Color Partial Color