Photographs by Josef Sudek, hardback, 196 pp., 8° (18 x 24 cm), ex-library, dust jacket missing, cover slightly worn and dusty, top edge dusty, endpapers and several pages tanned, cataloging information on spine, two ownership stamps on one page, condition: fair Book … Josef Sudek was Prague's Atget. Sudek figures symbolically in the novel; David Kozol's mother in law worked as a book binder and it was through apprenticeship to a book binder that Sudek became interested in photography. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Josef Sudek: Still Lifes. Where Atget photographed the social realities of Paris, Sudek … Paperback, 232 pp., 8° (15,5 x 21 cm), dust jacket worn and slightly foxed, with tears, cover split into two parts, text block detached from cover, top edge slightly foxed, pages clean, condition: fair Book … From the mid-1920s until his death in 1976, Sudek photographed everything--the Gothic and Baroque architecture, the streets and objects--usually leaving the frame free of people. The characters seem to be symbolically injured or emotionally broken like the one armed Sudek … print-run 30.000 "In its classic clean design by Frantisek Tichy exquisite photogravure printing and attention to detail down a white silk ribbon as bookmark! Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Josef Sudek books online. Published by Torst. Josef Sudek "Josef Sudek lived from 1896 to 1976. A book about Prague's palaces, accompanied with 108 photographs by several Czech photographers, including Josef Sudek. it is the perfect vehicle for full range of Sudek… From the mid-1920s until his death in 1976, Czech photographer Joseph Sudek shot Gothic and Baroque architecture, street scenes and still lifes--usually … The photographer co-founded the Czech Photographic Society in 1924, achieving great and constant commercial success soon after." Josef Sudek - Fotografie Hardcover cloth bound.