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Elliott Erwitt's Rome

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Format:

hardcover

Size:

10.9" x 14.6" x 0.8"

ISBN:

978-3-8327-9361-6

Page count:

144

Author(s):

Elliott Erwitt

Why We Love This

For centuries, Rome has exerted a magnetic spell on inhabitants and travelers alike. Photographer Elliott Erwitt delves into the heart of this enduring magnetism, laying bare the unflagging spirit of a magnificent metropolis. In 176 tritone photos, Erwitt portrays the distinctive mix of ancient glory and casual indifference that is uniquely Roman. Text in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.

Why We Love This

For centuries, Rome has exerted a magnetic spell on inhabitants and travelers alike. Photographer Elliott Erwitt delves into the heart of this enduring magnetism, laying bare the unflagging spirit of a magnificent metropolis. In 176 tritone photos, Erwitt portrays the distinctive mix of ancient glory and casual indifference that is uniquely Roman. Text in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian.