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0000 0001 2100 7509
Name: 
Evans, Walker
Evans, Walker (American photographer, 1903-1975)
Walker Evans
エヴァンズ, ウォーカー
Dates: 
1903-1975
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Related names: 
Agee, James
Agge, James
Beals, Carleton (1893-1979)
Codrescu, Andrei (1946- ))
Hill, John T.
Kirstein, Lincoln (1907-1996)
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mora, Gilles
Queval, Jean
Rosenheim, Jeff L
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Thompson, Jerry L
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Resettlement Administration
Zschocke, Nina
細見, 和之 (1962-)
Titles: 
Algodoneros : tres familias de arrendatarios
America observed : etchings by Edward Hopper
American photographs
[Cotton plant in August]
crime of Cuba, The
Elogiemos ahora a hombres famosos
First and last
Florida
Forrest City and Marianna, Arkansas. Feb., 1937. Camp for flood refugees at Forrest City
Hart Crane, author of "The bridge"
Havana 1933
Havanna neunzehnhundertdreiunddreissig
hungry eye, The
Kitchen wall, Alabama farmstead
Laura Minnie Lee Tengle
Let us now praise famous men
lost work, The
Louons maintenant les grands hommes : Alabama, trois familles de métayers en 1936
Lucille Burroughs picking cotton
Lunchroom buddies, New York City, 1931
Many are called
Message from the interior
Negro house, New Orleans, Louisiana
Negro house, Tupelo, Mississippi, 1936
Preisen will ich die grossen Männer : drei Pächterfamilien
Sharecropper's grave, Hale County, Ala., 1935.
Signs
Sunday singing
Three tenant families.
Tool house, chicken house House from the rear.
unstillbare Blick, Der
Walker Evans, Cuba
Walker Evans : photographs : [catalogue of] an exhibition circulated under the auspices of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, New York [held at the] Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 18 September-31 October 1976.
Walker Evans photographs from the Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Project
[William Fields]
ウォーカー・エヴァンス
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