Bulfinch, June 2002. First American. Hardcover. Used - Very Good / Very Good. Item #183743
One of the most important documentary photographers of our time, Dorothea Lange's revolutionary work chronicled America's struggle with poverty during the Great Depression. Her widely reproduced, classic portrait from the 1940s, "Migrant Mother, " is just one of the many unforgettable images found in her stunning oeuvre of documentary works. While there have been other books on Lange's photographs, none exist with the scope and breadth of this monograph, which comes from her archives at the Oakland Museum in California and includes numerous unpublished photographs.
-- Dorothea Lange is one of the most influential and well-known photographers of all time; her photojournalism featuring Depression breadlines, migrant-worker poverty, and Southern sharecroppers was revolutionary for its time.
-- Lange's signature style has gained critical acclaim in the art and photographic community.
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