the stunning photographic essay by Eugene Smith.

W. Eugene Smith took this photo of Dr. Albert Schweitzer helping to build a hospital in the Congo. It served as the lead photograph in a photo essay about Schweitzer, titled , commissioned by magazine. Clicking on the Image above will take you to the rest of the photographs in this portfolio.

W. Eugene Smith: LIFE Magazine 1951 Photo Essay,

Eugene Smith's "Country Doctor", a photo essay … For W

Eugene Smith on the Photo Essay

In January 1972, Smith was attacked by Chisso employees near Tokyo, in an attempt to stop him from further publicizing the Minamata disease to the world. Although Smith survived the attack, his sight in one eye deteriorated. Smith and his Japanese wife lived in the city of Minamata from 1971 to 1973 and took many photos as part of a photo essay detailing the effects of Minamata disease, which was caused by a Chisso factory discharging heavy metals into water sources around Minamata. One of his most famous works, , taken in December 1971 and published a few months after the 1972 attack, drew worldwide attention to the effects of Minamata disease.

Smith’s last great photo-essay, Minamata (1975), ..

For his groundbreaking 1948 LIFE magazine photo essay, “Country Doctor” — W. Eugene Smith spent 23 days in Kremmling, Colorado, chronicling the day-to-day challenges faced by an indefatigable general practitioner named Dr. Ernest Ceriani.

Eugene Smith’s last major photo essay stands as "an ideal of what can be ..
Photo Essay | Street Views & News

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Interview with Mathieu Asselin, winner of the Paris Photo-Aperture Foundation First PhotoBook Award

Eugene Smith – WW2 to Minamata | Steve …

This is Part II of my meta-list of best photographs ever arranged in chronological order

Will Moneymaker Photography | W. Eugene Smith: Life …