WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall

WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall

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by Stephen R. Brown, Robert Dole
     
 
WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall is a 90 page full-color photographic book on the WWII Memorial with an introduction by Senator Robert Dole and photographs by renowned photographer Stephen R. Brown. The photographs are exclusive never-to-be duplicated images as the photographer had access to the site and cranes as the Memorial was built. Panoramic scenes of the

Overview

WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall is a 90 page full-color photographic book on the WWII Memorial with an introduction by Senator Robert Dole and photographs by renowned photographer Stephen R. Brown. The photographs are exclusive never-to-be duplicated images as the photographer had access to the site and cranes as the Memorial was built. Panoramic scenes of the new face of the Mall comprise seventy-five pages of the book while the other fifteen are a documentary of the creation and installation of the sculpture and Marble ornamentation that is part of this new memorial.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780976615002
Publisher:
Brown, Stephen R.
Publication date:
03/31/2005
Pages:
90
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.98(h) x 0.29(d)

Meet the Author

Stephen R. Brown has been a professional photographer and writer for twenty-five years. His images and articles on photography have appeared in Smithsonian, Life, Newsweek, Time, Fortune, the New York Times, Natonal Geographic Books, Broadcasting & Cable, American Photo, Photo Techniques, etc. His work been exhibited in solo shows here and abroad and in "Indelible Images: 100 Years of War Photography" and "Odyssey: 100 Years of NGS Photography," both of which were initiated at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and traveled around the world.

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WWII Memorial: Jewel of the Mall 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KilroyWasHere-org More than 1 year ago
Have you seen the WWII Memorial? Just because you went there (as I did) you haven't really experienced it until you see Stephan R. Brown's exquisite photographs of it. I went there determined to be enthralled and moved. I wasn't until I saw these. Somehow Brown found the most beautiful and moving places on the memorial (except for Kilroy) and made them even more beautiful and moving.