Irving Penn: A Career in Photography

Irving Penn

A Career in Photography

Near Fine: $75.00

ISBN10: 082122459X ISBN13: 9780821224595 Contributors: Westerbeck, Colin (Editor); Art Institute of Chicago Publisher: Little Brown & Co (P) Published: Nov 1 1997 Pages: 192 Weight: 3.35lbs. Height: 12.50" Width: 10.25" Depth: 1.00" Language: English

Notes from Magers and Quinn

The Art Institute Of Chicago, 1997. Hardcover with dustjacket. First Edition(stated). Condition is Near-Fine in a Near-Fine dustjacket. Book has fading to spine lettering otherwise Fine and the jacket shows just very light wear. Jacket in mylar.

Publisher's Comments

Trained as an artist, Irving Penn began photographing for Vogue in the 1940s, going on to become a versatile and accomplished image-maker. His photographs vary from portraits of the native peoples of Peru, New Guinea and Morocco to those of artists and writers, from stylish fashion editorials to nudes, and from still lifes of trash to gravity-defying still-lifes of Clinique cosmetics.

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