In Plain Sight: The Photographs of Beaumont Newhall.

Layton, UT: Gibbs M. Smith, 1983. 4to. 66 pp. Good. Hard Covers. Black cloth boards with gilt lettering. Dust Jacket Good. Some shelf wear and rips along edges. Pages fine. B&W photographic plates throughout. Dust jacket notes: "In Plain Sight is Beaumont Newhall's major retrospective. A glorious celebration, it represents the apotheosis of one man's vital photographic career. Beaumont Newhall 'expresses great breadth of vision and deep respect for his medium.' Coming from Ansel Adams in his perceptive introduction to In Plain Sight, the assessment is deserved and reserved for few. Presently a professor of art at the University of New Mexico, Newhall played a major role in developing the two most respected centers of photographic studies: The Museum of Modern Art in New York City and The George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. The author/photographer has carefully selected the images and supervised every aspect of the production of In Plain Sight. Special duotone printing techniques and the finest papers capture the full range of the photographer's creative spectrum. Deep ebony-like blacks and lustrous whites duplicate the magic and clarity of the original prints...." Includes 59 full-page black and white photographic plates. ISBN 10: 0879050780 ISBN 13: 9780879050788. Item #18-2086

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