Lord Snowdon – Eine Retrospektive
Publisher: teNeues, 2001
Softcover, 240 pages, German
New in seal
He described photography as a cruel art, and with unplayed modesty he called himself an ordinary photographer. On his mother’s side, Snowdon came from an artistically gifted family. His great-grandfather was Linley Sambourne, the caricaturist for the magazine” Punch “; Great-great-great-uncle Snowdon’s talent as a designer is represented by the impressive birdhouse of the London Zoo that he designed. (…) Although he was primarily a portrait photographer in the successor to Henri Cartier Bresson and Irving Penn, he also did photo reports for the “Sunday Times “, for example with harrowing images of the insane.