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Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Walker Evans (American, 1903–1975) defined the Great Depression with the stark, intimate photographs he took for the Farm Security Administration. With striking large-format images, first in West Virginia and Pennsylvania on assignment with the Resettlement Administration and then across the South, Evans portrayed the hardship of everyday Americans during the period. His 1938 exhibition “Walker Evans: American Photographs” was the first show at The Museum of Modern Art, NY devoted to a single photographer, and the book he produced with writer James Agee about three Alabama families, “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men”, is considered a classic.Interested in consigning works by Walker Evans? Learn more »