Richard Brown grew up near Boston and graduated from Harvard College, where he studied art and art history. His work has appeared in Audubon, Natural History, The New York Times, Harrowsmith Country Life, Country Journal and many other publications. He has lived in northern Vermont since 1968 and taught in a small rural school before embarking on a career as a photographer.
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|A new book by Richard Brown is always cause for celebration. His timeless images of New England have earned him a reputation as the photographer laureate of this celebrated region. For over a quarter of a century, he has searched with his camera for the unspoiled soul of New England— the simple yet elegant farmsteads hemmed in by old walls and gnarled maples, the dramatic stretches of salt-sprayed granite coast and the enduring white-steepled villages and towns that define the unique quality of the Yankee landscapes and her people.
All of Richard Brown's previous books have been widely praised and treasured by those who love fine photography. In Richard Brown's New England, he is working with the landscape he knows and loves best. The result is a book of superb photographs accompanied by an eloquent text that captures the heart of New England. Over 100 photographs—both classics and never-before-published images—together with commentary by the photographer combine to make this a moving and memorable portrait.
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