Although Brett Weston had a prolific 68-year career of major one-man exhibitions and has been the subject of five books, none ever attempted a chronological overview of his development as an artist. Brett Weston: Master Photographer is a comprehensive examination of Brett Weston’s life in photography from 1925 to 1988. It provides an overview of Weston’s aesthetic contribution from his first precocious images in Mexico to new photographs completed just before press time. This oversized edition addresses the six decades of Weston’s working life through a selection of 15 corresponding photographs each accompanied by an essay authored by a distinguished writer, such as Beaumont Newhall and Van Deren Coke. A final presentation of new images (completed after 1986) is introduced by Weston himself. This is the most comprehensive overview currently available on the life and photography of Brett Weston.
145 Black and White Laser Fultone Reproductions
12" x 14.5"