Getting the download link through email is temporarily not available. Please check back later.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
The Female Form: A Private View Hardcover – February 25, 2000
Featured photography guides
Explore the latest books on photography for every level.
Top Customer Reviews
The book I have in my library is published by Carlton Books Limited, 1999 and represent externally the more economic hardcover formats. It contains a total of 96 pages with both color and duotone photographs. The selling price is usually economic so it is well worth a peek. What you get is an expanded view of what any photographic magazine would provide in any female nude theme, and all in hard covers for a good shelf life.
There is an emphasis on 1990's work by several popular photographers, some work from the 80's and a few early last century.
Several of the photographs chosen for this book have a fetish undertone, if not outright so. Perhaps it was typical of the 90's photography or are preferences of the author of compiling this book, Mr. Tony Mitchell. The book contains work by Jan Saudek, Lichfield, Karo, Craig Morey, Trevor Watson, Monika Robl to mention only a few.
The book has only two pages of introductory text, and one page showing the contents and naming the work.
This book stays in my library because of some stunning photographs within, views such as; Paolo Curto's "Untitled" on page 26, Karo's "Pflaster" on page 33, Trevor Watson's "Untitled" on page 49 and Monika Robl's "Sappho" on page 53.
The moral I draw from this is: don't buy a book like this online. Go to a bookstore where you can flip through it before buying. If I had done that, I would have saved myself the cost of the return shipping, and perhaps found a better book.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This photography book of the female nude is full of beauty. It is a compilation book of several photographs by different photographers. Read morePublished on June 10, 2014 by Ben Fox
i've seen a few of those books who claim to portray a topic throught the years by showing exsamples from many filds and areas, this is one of those books, and really - not the best... Read morePublished on February 26, 2004 by A. Dan