Walker Evans is one of the most renowned photographers of the 20th century. His work chronicled the everyday lives of Americans during the Great Depression and has been praised for its honest and intimate portrayal of the human experience. Evans was a master of both black-and-white photography and documentary photography, and his work continues to inspire photographers today.
Famous Words of Inspiration..."Such is the delicacy of man alone, that no object is produced to his liking. He finds that in everything there is need for improvement. The whole industry of human life is employed not in procuring the supply of our three humble necessities, food, clothes and lodging, but in procuring the conveniences of it according to the nicety and delicacy of our tastes."