This text presents a view of 20th-century sculptor Constantin Brancusi, as a photographer. Brancusi experimented widely with the photographic medium throughout his career. He created compositions of his own sculpture, using the camera to provide a record of his art, to re-examine his sculptures from an objective viewpoint, and to sell and publicise his work. This book contains a selection of these works, together with a number of self-portraits and private views of Brancusi's studio. Elizabeth A. Brown provides a commentary examining in detail his photographs and shows how they may contribute to a fuller understanding of Brancusi's work as a whole, and of the man himself.