Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Harry Callahan [SIGNED]

New York: Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.), 1967. First edition. Square quarto (9" x 8"). 84pp. Bibliography. Photo illustrated off-white dust jacket lettered in black, over gray cloth, spine stamped in black. Illustrated throughout with 61 black & white photographs. Signed on the half-title by Harry Callahan. Dust jacket lightly soiled and a 3/4" closed tear at top edge of front panel.

"... These photographs are among the best work by Callahan. They are neither picturesque nor sentimental, do not permit distraction but compel close attention to the natural object..." Sherman Paul

Callahan (1912-199) was widely respected in the photography community for his open mind and experimental attitude, qualities reinforced by his association with Moholy-Nagy and the principles of Bauhaus design. (International Center of Photography)

Contents: The photography of Harry Callahan / [Sherman Paul] -- Eleanor -- The city -- Landscape -- Chronology / by Grace M. Mayer -- Selected bibliography / by Bernard Karpel. (OCLC). Very good +. Item #51436

Price: $200.00