Walker Evans

<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Roadside Stand Near Birmingham</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Votive Candles, New York City</i>, circa 1929.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Girl in Fulton Street, New York</i>, 1929.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Alabama Tenant Farmer</i>, 1936. Floyd Burroughs, a cotton sharecropper, Hale County, Alabama.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Alabama Cotton Tenant Farmer Wife</i>, 1936. Allie Mae Burroughs, Hale County, Alabama.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Coal Miner's House, Scott's Run, West Virginia</i>, 1935.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Roadside View, Alabama Coal Area Company Town</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Houses and Billboards in Atlanta</i>, 1936.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Sidewalk and Shopfront, New Orleans</i>, 1935.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>License Photo Studio, New York</i>, 1934.</p>
<p><b>Walker Evans</b>, <i>Interior Detail, Coal Miner's House, Scott's Run, West Virginia</i>, 1935.</p>
1903 , d. 1975

Depression era work for Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration, documented tenant families in Alabama with writer James Agee in book "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men". Clear views of small town and roadside people, institutions, signage and spaces helped found documentary style in America.

time well spent

closeup view Jack Troy cup, links to Jack Troy artist page

time to explore

link to newest page of ceramic artist links, including link to Scott Parady, pictured

time flies

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