A Bibliography of John Everard

Figure studies: photography books by John Everard
A selection of photography books by John Everard.

Below is a list of John Everard books. The only two which are not figure studies are Photographs for the Papers and Seen in England. As you can see he had rather a long career, what with his first book having been published in 1923 and his last one in 1965. 42 years apart. Two books were joint publications with Walter Bird and Horace Roye: Eves Without Leaves [Great title – Ed] and More Eves Without Leaves. See my previous post for more about John Everard.

  • Photographs for the Papers: How to Take and Place Them (1923)
  • Adam’s Fifth Rib (Chapman & Hall, London, 1935)
  • Life Lines (Chapman & Hall, London, 1936)
  • Seen in England (Chapman & Hall, London. 1937
  • Living Colour (George Routledge & Sons. London, 1937)
  • Portrait of a Model (George Routledge & Sons, London, 1939)
  • Nymph and Naiad (George Routledge & Sons, London, 1940)
  • Eves Without Leaves – with Walter Bird and Roye (C. Arthur Pearson Ltd., London. 1940)
  • Judgement of Paris (George Routledge & Sons, London, 1941)
  • More Eves Without Leaves – with Walter Bird and Roye (The Camera Studies Club, London. 1941)
  • Artist’s Model (The Bodley Head, London, 1951)
  • My Hundred Best Studies (The Bodley Head, London, 1954)
  • Second Sitting: Another Artist’s Model (The Bodley Head, London, 1954)
  • Oriental Model (Robert Hale, London, 1955)
  • Sculptor’s Model: A Third Sitting (The Bodley Head, London, 1956)
  • In Camera (Robert Hale, London, 1957)
  • Model in Movement (The Bodley Head, London, 1959)
  • Model in Shadow (Robert Hale, London, 1965)

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