Prague: Odeon, 1992. Second edition of this remarkable photobook, in its unclipped dust jacket. First compiled and printed in 1959 by Odeon under Sudek's own supervision. The original elongated prints, taken with an old Kodak camera, were donated to the Museum of Applied Arts in Prague (administers of the artist's estate) by Odeon publishing house in 1990. 292 pages. White cloth boards are in a very good condition. Dust jacket a little age toned to edges. Internally the book is in a very good condition, with just a little toning to page edges.
Josef Sudek was a Czech photographer. He is known for his many black and white images of the dramatic city of Prague, his interior and still life shots, and the stunning landscapes of Bohemia.
Dr. Zdeněk Kirschner became part of Josef Sudek's circle of friends in 1952, and collaborated in the preparation of his exhibitions during the artist's lifetime.
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