London: Secker & Warburg, 1975.
This monograph spans the long career of widely acclaimed photographer Gordon Parks and includes scenes of racism and bigotry in America through to portraits and nature scenes. Parks' technically immaculate photography carries a rare humanity of remarkable grace and humility, making it possibly the saddest yet most beautiful American fine art photography book of its time. From the collection of Australian photographer, Laurence Le Guay,with his signature on front free endpaper.Item #973
Octavo, blue cloth, plates in colour and black & white, some fading of the cloth but still a very good copy.