Oblong 4to, pp 176, with 153 colour plates; grey cloth, pictorial dust-jacket; fine in a fine jacket.
US $468 €396
First edition of the first full-scale retrospective of the master-colourist and Magnum photographer, including many unpublished images from the 1950s to Haas’s death in 1986.
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