Plant kingdoms the photographs of charles jones the outsider genius saved from obscurity by chance discovery sean sexton and robert flynn johnson preface by alice waters thames and hudson 1998 4000 reviewed by alan sirulnikoff charles jones is so much an outsider that it is safe to say that virtually no one. First published in 1998 the plant kingdoms of charles jones is an exquisite visual feast for anyone who draws delight from the bountiful riches of nature it presents more than 100 photographs of vegetables fruits and flowers all taken by the same photographer at around the turn of the 20th . Charles jones this full figure photograph of a dapper late victorian era gentleman in his late 30s suggests a man of affairs or politics his crossed leg and left hand buried in his pocket hint at a pause at his townhouse door before he darts off to a trolley or cab and a day at his ledgers. In 1981 at bermondsey market in london sean sexton the irish born photographic collector chanced upon the gelatin silver prints of charles jones. The plant kingdoms of charles jones has 6 ratings and 1 review in 1981 at bermondsey market in london sean sexton the irish born photographic collect
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