A special book about a special dog named Yo-Yo - by its owner David Douglas Duncan, one of the most famous retired war photographers in the world.
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David Douglas Duncan, born 1916, helped invent photojournalism in the 1930s. He has become famous for his World War II combat photographs that he shot during his missions as Marine lt. colonel. As a LIFE photographer he was twice named Photographer of the Year by the American Society of Magazine Photographers; also given the Robert Capa Award for valor on the battlefield by the International Center for Photography. Duncan is the author of 26 books, eight on Picasso. For fifty years, he and his wife have been living in the South of France.Review:
Many dog-lovers will find pleasure in a spectacularly illustrated book called Yo-Yo: Kidnapped in Provence by David Douglas Duncan, the renowned photo-journalist. Duncan's little Norwich terrier was abducted for ransom near Marseilles by a professional car thief. The affair drew considerable media attention in France, where Duncan is especially well known as Picasso's favorite photographer. This was possibly the best-photographed dog hunt in history; after 19 days Duncan got his pet back intact (and half a pound heavier!), leaving everyone happy, including even the nefarious dognapper. The pictures are endearing and the text is charming. -- Parade Magazine, December 5, 1999
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Buchbeschreibung Benteli, gross. Buchzustand: Wie neu. 1. Auflage 2010. 60 Seit., farb + sw Abb. u. Fotos, 24cm, 460 gr.Gebunden 1.Aufl. 2010 (engl.). , fast neu, ungebraucht, ungelesen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 460. Artikel-Nr. 8097167