Walker Evans

Fine Art Prints | Depth of Field

The name Walker Evans conjures images of the American everyman. Whether it’s his iconic contributions to James Agee’s depression-era classic book, "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men", his architectural explorations of antebellum plantations, or his subway series, taken with a camera hidden in his coat, Evans’s accessible and eloquent photographs speak to us all.

These limited Fine Art Prints were initially produced to accompany the Walker Evans exhibition "Depth of Field" at the Josef-Albers-Museum in Bottrop, Germany. All are stamped and signed by John T. Hill, friend and colleague of Walker Evans, who owns the right to reproduce Evans' prints and executes his inheritance.

"Garage in Southern City Outskirts, 1936" + Buch: Tiefenschärfe (Depth of Field)
€ 400,00
"Mississippi Sternwheeler at Vicksburg, Mississippi, 1936" + Buch: Tiefenschärfe (Depth of Field)
€ 400,00
"Post Office, Sprott, Alabama, 1936" + Buch: Tiefenschärfe (Depth of Field)
€ 400,00
"Roadside Restaurant" + Buch: Tiefenschärfe (Depth of Field)
€ 400,00
"Main Street Block, Selma, 1936" + Buch: Tiefenschärfe (Depth of Field)
€ 400,00