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Imogen : The Mother of Modernism and Three Boys
by Amy Novesky and Lisa Congdon




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Imogen's family didn't have much, and life was hard atop the wild hill they call home. But when Imogen declared she wanted to be a photographer, her father built her her very own darkroom. Flash forward. Imogen is a photographer and a mother. She has her hands full How does she do it all? She turns the garden into a wonderland for her three growing boys and a workshop for herself. While she works, her boys play, and Imogen photographs them. Click. Click. Click. Photographing her sons leads Imogen to focus on plants and flowers -- most notably her signature magnolia blossoms--for which she will become best known.

Here, then, is the story of Imogen Cunningham, one of the finest photographers of the 20th century and mother to three boys.

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Overview

Imogen's family didn't have much, and life was hard atop the wild hill they call home. But when Imogen declared she wanted to be a photographer, her father built her her very own darkroom. Flash forward. Imogen is a photographer and a mother. She has her hands full How does she do it all? She turns the garden into a wonderland for her three growing boys and a workshop for herself. While she works, her boys play, and Imogen photographs them. Click. Click. Click. Photographing her sons leads Imogen to focus on plants and flowers -- most notably her signature magnolia blossoms--for which she will become best known.

Here, then, is the story of Imogen Cunningham, one of the finest photographers of the 20th century and mother to three boys.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781937359324
  • ISBN-10: 1937359328
  • Publisher: Cameron Books
  • Publish Date: December 2012
  • Page Count: 32
  • Reading Level: Ages 4-8
  • Dimensions: 10.5 x 8.8 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 pounds


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