Henri Cartier-Bresson in India is 128 pages of museum quality Black & White photographs. The master of photography brings India front and center to the reader. The photos capture the raw personality of the country. The dates range from mainly the 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, and one snap from 1980.
Also, included on plates 34-37 is Gandhi on his last public appearances, and his last fast. Then plates 38-48 include Gandhi‘s body lies in state, funeral train and the cremation of his body on the Jumna river with the crowds watching. The photographs are not just historical, but also breathtaking.
This is a fantastic book for your library if you have an interest in history or photography. In conclusion, there are amateurs, professional photographers, and then there is the great Henri Cartier-Bresson. Carefully studying his work will help bring your photography and curating skills to another level.
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