When Edward Weston’s Photographs Met Walt Whitman’s Prose

One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Edward Weston, was once inspired by the poet Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Glass when he sought to capture the “real American faces and the real American places. The unusual collaboration camera about in 1941, when Weston was approached by the Limited Editions Book Club to…

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