Jonathan Cape, 2007, Hardcover, Book Condition: Near Fine, Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine, Third Printing, Inscribed by Author
31cm x 30cm. 252 pages, black and white photographs. Pictorial matte papered boards, pictorial jacket. Sir Don McCullin grew up in poverty and became the UK's foremost war photographer from the 1960s. This book of his work powerfully shows that the class divide between the affluent and the destitute in England is a great as ever. His black and white social documentary images range from intimate portraiture to beautiful landscapes. Contains a new body of work, previous unpublished images along with his most famous photographs. This copy is inscribed by Dan McCullin, To John. Very minor foxing to top edge. Very minor soiling. Very small spot of dampstaining to top edge of rear panel of jacket. Shipped Weight: 2.21 kilos. Inscribed by Author. ISBN/EAN: 9780224078702.