`Magnificent ... it pulses with the vitality of a man who began travelling, camera in hand, aged 22 and didn't stop for nearly half a century' --The Daily Telegraph
`Shows Cartier-Bresson as one of the most dogged and respected witnesses to the last century, seemingly always in the right place at the right time' --Seven Magazine, The Sunday Telegraph
'He [Cartier-Bresson] had an extraordinary ability to capture in one frame a whole raft of imagery and meaning, to portray the essence of the world in one picture'
--Jinx Rodger, The Times
`A perfect summary of the time and the place, testament to his talent and the diversity of the world' --Traveller
`Exemplifies a modesty of spirit and an eye for detail ... it's not to be missed'
'Brings a fresh, sympathetic understanding to the panoramic scope of the great photographer's work... packed with both famous images and those never seen before' --The Financial Times
'Perhaps the most exhaustive collection of Cartier-Bresson's work we've seen outside of his own estate, and for £55 this is incredible value' --Amateur Photographer
'A magnificent new appreciation of the French father of photojournalism'
'We want something more than we are already familiar with. And this book [...] in being both authoritative and beautiful, fulfils that desire. ...exceptional' --Black and White Photography
'... a valuable collector's item. ...The scope of the book is so extensive that the reader will be inspired on multiple levels' --Silvershotz: The International Journal of Fine Art Photography
'A fabulous piece of scholarship, bringing together many decades of photo journalism from one of the recognised masters.'
--Professional Image Maker
'[Galassi's essay is] a dynamic, informative and sympathetic account of this highly prolific, successful and celebrated French photographer'
--The Art Newspaper