Issue: 19650101

Friday, January 1, 1965
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EDWARD WESTON
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EDWARD WESTON Photographer
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An APERTURE Monograph. Copyright 1965 by Aperture Inc. the quarterly of photography. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG NO. 6527407
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EDWARD WESTON Photographer
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FOREWORD
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Nancy Newhall
In his daybooks, Edward Weston was trying to focus himself as man and photographer. To be alone and to think, free for an hour of family, friends, loves, he rose in the dark before dawn and poured down on the page in his massive scrawl whatever was seething in him.
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The Flame of Recognition
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April 7th, 1930 Carmel The flame started first by amazement over subject matter, that flame which only a great artist can have—not the emotional pleasure of the layman—but the intuitive understanding and recognition relating obvious reality to the esoteric, must then be confined to a form within which it can burn with a focused intensity: otherwise it flares, smokes and is lost like in an open bonfire.
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CONTRIBUTORS
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BRETT WESTON, photographer, second son of Edward and taught by him to photograph; exhibited with him from age of 14 onward; frequently shared studio together. Guggenheim Fellow 1947; traveled across United States. Lives in Carmel. DODY, photographer and writer; apprentice to Edward; third wife of Brett.
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Brief Bibliography and Guide to the Work of Edward Weston
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Books: 1932 Armitage, Merle, editor and designer THE ART OF EDWARD WESTON New York: E. Weyhe. 39 fine reproductions in halftone. Tributes by Armitage, Charles Sheeler, Robinson Jeffers, Jean Chariot; statement by Weston. First book presentation of Weston’s work.
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advertisement
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Advertisement
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Back Cover
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