Bernard Shaw on Photography
by Margaret Moore
Publisher's Description
"The photographer is like a cod which produces a million eggs in order that one may reach maturity." Thus writes Shaw in the first collected anthology of all his writings on photography. Photography was Shaw's greatest hobby, second only to his love of being photographed. He wrote essays and gave lectures on the subject, and befriended many of the great photographers of his era. Rich with his pugnacious wit and hectoring manner, these essays shed new light on one of the most remarkable thinkers of the twentieth-century.
ISBN: 0879053380
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Hardcover : 200 pages
Language: English
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