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Printed in 600-line screen tritone and quadtone.
Passage: Europe is a rare and beautiful lyric poem through the medium of photography. Richard Copeland Millers haunting images in Passage: Europe reveal his incisive and compassionate
vision of the mysteries and realities of everyday life.
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These photographs are the still sad music of humanity made visible.
Passage: Europe is an impressive, powerful, at times surprising art book compendium of 86 superbly produced black and white photographs by Richard Copeland Miller as he traveled
throughout Europe. With his artists eye Miller captures the unplanned and unexpected dramas of everyday life ranging from the joyous experience of ordinary people to horrific images of
the Holocaust. . . . Very highly recommended for photography students, and an ideal Memorial Fund selection for community libraries.
Passage Europe is a beautifully produced book. The photographs, which should really be called "Art Works" are superb, touching, and historic.
Passage: Europe by photographer Richard Copeland Miller discloses an atmosphere of lingering historical mystery around daily life in Europe. Capturing otherwise transient moments
in cobbled alleys or church interiors of old Europe, these rich black-and-white images enchant, stir, and speak at once to the vigor of life and the silence of history.
The cities of Europe may be the most photographed in the world. But Passage: Europe is no travelogue. Unless, of course, the journey is through life. . . . The photographs
are evocative, even viscerally so. Millers often-blurred impressionistic images generally shed specificity and evoke a timeless Europe that is as universal as a fairy tale.
. . . gorgeous images . . . evocative explorations on many levels. The country Miller travels is universal, a country of metaphor where people wander in and out of stories,
each with their own tale, and each taking part in the larger passage of time. Millers Passage: Europe , with its hauntingly beautiful imagery, is not only a feast for the eye but
also a celebration of the art of book manufacture-from the heavy stock to the printing done in Belgium to the tritone plates (their dense 600-line screen makes it virtually impossible to detect
a dot), no effort has been spared to make this a connoisseurs treasure.
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