How to Look At Photographs

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Harry N. Abrams, Mar 1, 1994 - Photography - 144 pages
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A book on the art of photography, which tells the reader how to learn to read and appreciate fine photography. It is a general book which is a collection of impressions and experiences that the author has amassed in his own decades of photographic exploration.

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How to look at photographs: reflections on the art of seeing

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This readable little book offers a pleasing and knowledgeable overview of serious photography. Unlike more scholarly efforts, this title is written in an informal, easily accessible style. Throughout ... Read full review

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David Finn is a sculptor. He's had numerous solo exhibitions in New York, London, Milan, and Hong Kong. Finn is the recipient of fellowship grants from the Bemis Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, North Carolina Arts Council, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation. Finn has taught sculpture at Wake Forest University since 1987 and is the Rubin Fellow in the Arts.

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