Bibliographic Details. Title: The Flame of Recognition: His photographs. We stock over 75,000 used, rare, and out of print books and thousands of antiquarian prints and maps as well as more than 20,000 used classical and jazz records
Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Grossman Publishers, New York. Publication Date: 1971. We stock over 75,000 used, rare, and out of print books and thousands of antiquarian prints and maps as well as more than 20,000 used classical and jazz records. The address of our web page is ww. auriebooks. Visit Seller's Storefront. Members of these associations are committed to maintaining the highest standards. They vouch for the authenticity of all items offered for sale.
With a brief bibliography and biography. VG/Fair (Clean, and tight but with gentle shelf wear to covers; with name of former owner. VG/Fair (Clean, and tight but with gentle shelf wear to covers; with name of former owner on ffep; Dj has some age toning and edge wear, a scratch on the front cover and a bit of rubbing. Published by Aperture, Inc, Rochester, New York, 1965. From Mullen Books, ABAA (Marietta, PA, . Association Member: ABAA. Price: US$ 2. 0 Convert Currency.
The flame of recognition. An Aperture Monograph Publisher: Rochester (Aperture, In. . EDWARD WESTON, Photographer. The flame of recognition. An Aperture Monograph. Published by Rochester (Aperture, In., 1965. Save for Later Publisher: Rochester (Aperture, In. Publication Date: 1965. All items may be returned, if returned within two weeks in the same condition as sent, and if packed, shipped and insured as received.
The Flame of Recognition book. The Flame of Recognition: His Photographs Accompanied by Excerpts from the Daybook and Letters (Aperture Monograph). 0912334029 (ISBN13: 9780912334028). Presents the photography and thoughts of Edward Weston. His Photographs Accompanied by Excerpts from the Daybook and Letters (Aperture Monograph). Published June 1971 by Farrar Straus & Giroux (T).
Accompanying and amplifying the images are Weston’s own thoughts, excerpted from his now-famed Daybooks and letters.
Availability: In stock. The flame started first by amazement over subject matter, that flame which only a great artist can have-not the emotional pleasure of the layman-but the intuitive understanding and rec- ognition relating obvious reality to the esoteric, must then be confined to a form within which it can burn with a focused intensity: otherwise it flares, smokes, and is lost in an. open bonfire. Accompanying and amplifying the images are Weston’s own thoughts, excerpted from his now-famed Daybooks and letters. Publisher:Aperture Foundation, Incorporated.
Published by Aperture, 2015. Preface by Ansel Adams. Accompanying and amplifying the images are Weston's own thoughts, excerpted from his now-famed daybooks and letters. Others who contributed to the making of the book include two of the artist's sons, Brett and Cole, and two other Aperture cofounders, filmmaker and author Dody Warren Weston and Ansel Adams, whose preface offers a posthumous tribute to the oeuvre of a remarkable artist. In 1948 Weston made his last photograph; he had been stricken with Parkinson's disease several years earlier.
Publication, Distribution, et. New York. Aperture, (c)1975, c1971. Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title: The flame of recognition. Rubrics: Photography, Artistic. ISBN: 0813534534 (hardcover) ISBN: 0813534542 (pb. Publication & Distribution: New Brunswick, . Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers. Rutgers University Press, (c)2004.
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