A 46 years stored Book. Known for his mastery of light, for his evanescent images and for his slender young girls, David Hamilton is undoubtedly one of the most popular photographers since the 1970s. This book presents a sensitive and romantic retrospective of the man who better than anyone knew how to capture what photography could offer him: fixing for eternity the fragility of existence. Whether portraits of young women, landscapes or still lifes of bouquets, David Hamilton's photographs all trace a lost paradise, a time retained and captured forever.We know the talent of David Hamilton who has published numerous works, notably based on female faces and bodies, whose nuances and features he was able to grasp better than anyone. La Martinière often presents beautiful books of this type. We are dealing here with a book rich in photographs, almost one on each page, and very few texts, only at the beginning to describe Hamilton's work. There are essentially and without surprises photographs of young girls, with the fragile and ephemeral beauty of adolescence. T It should be noted that it also presents unpublished photographs by this famous photographer. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Books". The seller is "mehetia" and is located in this country: FR. This item can be shipped worldwide.