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Horses

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Author(s):

Michael Eastman

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

168

Size:

10.9" x 1" x 12.4"

ISBN:

978-0-375-41468-8

Imprint:

Knopf

Why We Love This

Portraits of horses gazing at the camera, standing in the golden light, stamping away flies, galloping, bucking, rolling in the dust: They are the work of Michael Eastman, a self-taught photographer influenced by Edward Weston, Walker Evans, and Henry Moore, who spent 30 years capturing the essential nature of subjects that range from Cuban life to landscapes to architecture in many places. Now he turns his refined eye to the magnificent horse, capturing the animal’s complexity, power, fear, courage, and uniqueness.

Why We Love This

Portraits of horses gazing at the camera, standing in the golden light, stamping away flies, galloping, bucking, rolling in the dust: They are the work of Michael Eastman, a self-taught photographer influenced by Edward Weston, Walker Evans, and Henry Moore, who spent 30 years capturing the essential nature of subjects that range from Cuban life to landscapes to architecture in many places. Now he turns his refined eye to the magnificent horse, capturing the animal’s complexity, power, fear, courage, and uniqueness.