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Page and photo from an art textbook, the opening spread for the unit called <em>Perceptual Context.</em> A large Picasso sculpture is in the background, a janitor hosing down steps is in the foreground.
 

A unit-opener for the college textbook Art in Context.
The Picasso sculpture belongs to New York University.

 

More than 200 photos published in books, magazines, and other places.

 

A writer (or editor) who is also a photographer knows what kinds of pictures will be needed and may be able to take them ahead of time. Publishers who are wise enough to hire such people do not have to rely entirely on stock photos and luck.

 
Student.
Student reading classified ads, Spanish textbook.

Unit opener.
Children’s alphabet blocks, part opener, college linguistics textbook.

Miró sculpture.
Monumental Miró sculpture, Barcelona, Spanish textbook.

Women looking at a clothing-store mannequin.
Illustration for a selection in an ESL textbook.

Sugar skulls.
Day of the Dead sugar skulls in Mexico City, Museum Klösterli, Switzerland.

Nobel Laureate.
Miguel Ángel Asturias, Nobel Laureate in Literature, 1967.

Fountain.
Fountain in Mexico.

     More than one thousand
slides of Spain and Mexico
 
Photos and texts copyright © William Dyckes
 

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