Hardcover.First American Edition. Translated by Brian W. Coe. Bound in pale blue boards, with dark blue lettering to the spine. A very fine copy in a clean and sharp white pictorial dustwrapper that retains the publisher's price of $35.00 in the upper right of the front flap. Jacques-Henri Lartigue's "autochromes recall a bygone era of gaiety and great sentimentality; they also are among the finest examples of a process that holds an immensely important position in the history of photography. In a conversation with his French publisher, Georges Herscher, the great photographer discusses both his color work in general and the subjects of his autochromes." Published by: The Viking Press, 1981. This copy was in theLee Witkin Collection and has his stamp on the inside cover.
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Dimensions 10 x 11 in. (254 x 279 mm)
Photographer Country France
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