Walker Evans's View Of The Great Depression

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Walker Evans had his own view on the great depression, and used photography to express the hardships people then had to face. His photography expressed much paucity, impoverishment, and depression. When you examine these photos you see much paucity, they have minimal items, such as food and water. You can see that many are very skinny and unhealthy. During the 1930s many families endured impoverishment, they were often very dirty, they didn’t have clean clothes. They didn’t have much clothing, and what clothes they did have were typically dirty. In Walker 's photography you can see a hefty amount of depression, even in the faces of children who shouldn’t even understand what depression
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