, 2023-01-15 03:17:27,
Iconic images of the American West – from gorgeous canyons to galloping wild horses
- Ernest Haas: The American West, by Paul Lowe, featuring the work of the late photographer Ernest Haas
- His photographs, taken in the mid-to-late 20th century, document the cultural and geographical landscapes of the United States
- The book “offers a vision of an America that feels poignantly distant and reassuringly familiar.”
Step back into the American West of bygone eras, thanks to this wonderful new book.
Having already established himself as a talented black and white photographer in Europe, the Austrian photographer moved to America in 1951 and quickly established a reputation for taking iconic color photographs of the geographic and cultural landscapes of the United States.
The book delves into the archives of black-and-white and color photography from the mid-to-late 20th century, featuring stunning images of scenes that include the bright lights of Route 66, sweeping Arizonan canyons and rows of New Mexico cowboys.
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