August Sander

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Abrams, Apr 30, 2002 - Photography - 1400 pages
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Revered as a father of modern photography, August Sander (1876-1964) so refined the art of portraiture that his moving images of his fellow countrymen have been heralded both as an important sociological document and a photographic masterpiece. But those images make up only a portion of this deluxe seven-volume set, which will stand as the definitive collection of Sander's considerable achievement.

The books include some 150 never-before-seen images and essays by leading experts on the German photographer's work. Praising Sander's "vision...his knowledge, and his immense photographic talent, " the writer Alfred Doblin said: "Those who know how to look will learn from his clear and powerful photographs, and will discover more about themselves and more about others."

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