Haunter of Ruins The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin Haunter of Ruins The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin brings together sixty five of Laughlin s characteristic images both classic and unpublished an eerie gallery of French Quarter facades and i

  • Title: Haunter of Ruins: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin
  • Author: Clarence John Laughlin
  • ISBN: 9780821223611
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Haunter of Ruins The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin brings together sixty five of Laughlin s characteristic images, both classic and unpublished an eerie gallery of French Quarter facades and ironwork, funerary sculpture, Spanish moss, and other details that summon up Louisiana gothic Accompanied by selections from Laughlin s various writings and letters, as welHaunter of Ruins The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin brings together sixty five of Laughlin s characteristic images, both classic and unpublished an eerie gallery of French Quarter facades and ironwork, funerary sculpture, Spanish moss, and other details that summon up Louisiana gothic Accompanied by selections from Laughlin s various writings and letters, as well as essays by six distinguished writers who share an affinity with the photographer s work, Haunter of Ruins is the only book currently available on this incomparable American original.

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    One thought on “Haunter of Ruins: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin”

    1. The writing is spotty; otherwise, a beautifully-designed book that does justice to photographs that have expanded my notions of what photography is capable of.

    2. Really cool. I especially liked the commentaries by Ellen Gilchrist, Shirley Ann Grau, Jonathan Williams, and Albert Belisle Davis. But, dang, John Wood's section was good too. CJL was stellar; I'm glad I stumbled upon this book at my public library.

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