Dimensions: 96 pages, 9.5 × 9.5 × 0.61 in
Published: May 4, 2001
Publisher: Little Brown And Company
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0821227378
ISBN - 13: 9780821227374
From the Publisher
Early in her career as a photographer, Linda McCartney began to experiment with the technique of sun printing, where natural sunlight is used to produce an image on plain paper treated with a mixture of minerals without a darkroom. Here is a selection of her prints made using this method, in the rich brown & deep blue hues resulting from the process. The effect shown in these photographs, whether richly-hued portraits of family & friends or moody, deeply-shadowed landscapes, is a unique combination of the spontaneity of modern photography & the subtlety of the early printing technique. Her strong images -- a horse jumping in corral, an autumn still life, or John Hurt with face upturned -- have a painterly quality rarely seen in photographs. This edition will include an introduction by Sir Paul McCartney in addition to a foreword by Linda & an essay on the sun print technique by historian Robert Lassam.
About the Author
Linda McCartney took photographs for more than 30 years. Her work has been exhibited at the ICP, New York; The Royal Photographic Society, Bath; The U.K.'s National Museum of Photography, Bradford; & The Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Her previous books include Linda McCartney's Sixties, Roadworks, & Wide Open, as well as several cookbooks.
Paul McCartney is one of the most admired contemporary poets & songwriters. He lives in England.