Tony Ray-Jones

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Chris Boot. London. 2004. First edition. Purple hardback, dust jacket. 152 pages. Illustrated profusely with colour illustrations and duotone plates. English. 250 x 305mm. 1.3kg. 095428139x. Near fine, in near fine dust jacket.

A monograph on the British photographer Tony Ray-Jones, published to coincide with a touring exhibition presented by the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television. Ray-Jones died tragically young, aged just thirty, and is best known for his seminal book A Day Off, published in 1974. His life and work is examined here with support from archival documents and generous reproductions of his finest images.

Price :  £120.00

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