Walker Evans

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  • Walker Evans — en 1937. Nacimiento …   Wikipedia Español

  • Walker Evans — (1937) Walker Evans (* 3. November 1903 St. Louis, Missouri; † 10. April 1975 New Haven (Connecticut)) war ein US amerikanischer Fotograf. Berühmt wurde er durch seine Bilderserien, welche die Armut der Landarbeiter …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Walker Evans — [Walker Evans] (1903–75) a US photographer. His best known photographs were of poor people in the southern states during the ↑Great Depression. These were published in American Photographs (1938) and Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (1941) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Walker Evans — Infobox Person name = Walker Evans image size = 250px caption = Walker Evans in 1937 birth date = birth date|1903|11|3|mf=y birth place = St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. death date = death date and age|1975|4|10|1903|11|3|mf=y death place = New Haven …   Wikipedia

  • Walker Evans — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Evans. Walker Evans en 1937. Walker Evans (1903 1975) est un photographe américain …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Walker Evans (racer) — for the photographer, see Walker Evans Infobox NASCAR driver Name = Walker Evans Birthdate = birth date and age|1938|12|3 Birthplace = flagicon|USA Cedar Lake, Michigan Previous Year = 1996 Best Truck Position = 14th 1995 (Craftsman Truck Series) …   Wikipedia

  • EVANS (W.) — EVANS WALKER (1903 1975) L’œuvre photographique de Walker Evans occupe une position marginale par rapport aux tendances artistiques en vigueur dans les années 1920 1930. En rupture avec le formalisme d’Alfred Stieglitz, l’esthétisme de Paul… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Evans (Familienname) — Evans ist ein englischer Familienname. Herkunft und Bedeutung Evans bedeutet „Sohn des Evan“ (walisisch für Johannes). Verbreitung Der Schwerpunkt der Verbreitung liegt in Südwales. Bekannte Namensträger Inhaltsverzeichnis A B C D E F …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Walker (surname) — Walker is a surname of English origin. In English, the name comes from the medieval profession of a ‘walker’, a person who trod on woollen cloth in a bath of Fuller s earth, and sometimes urine, in order to thicken the fibres and ready the cloth… …   Wikipedia

  • Evans — Evans, Arthur John Evans, Herbert * * * (as used in expressions) Mary Ann Evans Marian Evans Evans, Bill William John Evans Evans, Dame Edith (Mary) Evans, Frederick H(enry) Evans, George Henry Evans, Maurice (Herbert) Evans, Oliver Evans, Sir… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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