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Margaret Bourke-White: The Early Work, 1922-1930 By Margaret Bourke-White,

  • Title: Margaret Bourke-White: The Early Work, 1922-1930
  • Author: Margaret Bourke-White
  • ISBN: 9781567922998
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Margaret Bourke White 1904 1971 was one of the leading photojournalists of her time, a mainstay of the Luce empire whose signature work for Fortune celebrated the machine age and whose later work for Life featured the human face and a progressive humanitarian sensibility In this brief collection of her earliest work, two art historians present the unknown Bourke W Margaret Bourke White 1904 1971 was one of the leading photojournalists of her time, a mainstay of the Luce empire whose signature work for Fortune celebrated the machine age and whose later work for Life featured the human face and a progressive humanitarian sensibility In this brief collection of her earliest work, two art historians present the unknown Bourke White, the young amateur aged eighteen to twenty six The eighty photographs reproduced here have seldom been seen outside the archives of Cornell s Herbert F Johnson Museum of Art and the Syracuse University Library They will interest anyone in the life and work of Margaret Bourke White and the early history of American photojournalism.
    Margaret Bourke White The Early Work Margaret Bourke White was one of the leading photojournalists of her time a mainstay of the Luce empire whose signature work for Fortune celebrated the machine age and whose later work for

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