'The images themselves are of the quality we have learned to expect from this master .... in every case, Cartier-Bresson seems to have captured the soul of the subject' --RPS Journal
'[HCB's] forays into portraiture, the finest of which have the complex presence of a Titian' --The Daily Telegraph
'If photographers are assassins, then Bresson was Lee Harvey Oswald. The man shot everyone' --The Independent on Sunday
'Relentlessly brilliant ... as I turn the pages of this book I experience a sort of quiet awe' --Black & White Photography
'Totally arresting and utterly beautiful'
About the Author
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908 - 2004) was the master of 20th-century photography. Thames & Hudson has published many of his collections, including The Man, The Image and the World, Europeans, A Propos de Paris, Landscape/Townscape and, most recently, his biography, written by Pierre Assouline.