Reviews

  • Wherever they are shot, McCullin’s landscapes – handsomely reproduced on these pages – share an inky dark magnificence, and an unsettling sense of menace.

    RPS Journal
  • [The Landscape] comes as a timely reminder of the photographer’s darkness of touch… the large-scale pictures take the reader with McCullin on a landscape journey both at home and abroad.

    Outdoor Photography
  • The veteran war photographer [Don McCullin] has turned his lens to more peaceful scenes... for his latest book, The Landscape. The images carry a dramatic feel and a preference for stormy skies that reveal an intimacy with conflict and destruction.

    Guardian
  • Don McCullin's spot in the pantheon of great photographers was assured decades ago, yet he still produces images that stop a dead person in their tracks. This new collection mixes recent with past work, showing how no one has ever been able to accuse McCullin of wielding a frivolous camera.

    Strong Words
  • McCullin… succeeds in making the art of composition seem effortless on page after page.

    Roger Cox, The Scotsman

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