With unique artistry, skill and humor, photographers Sonja Bullaty and Angelo Lomeo portray Provence as it has never been seen before. The Provence that captivates this photography team is not merely picturesque scenes and village life, but wonderfully composed landscapes, details, and portraits that resemble paintings. Following the tradition of Matisse, Cezanne, and van Gogh, Bullaty and Lomeo have treated Provence as a grand canvas and created the singular collection of pictures included in this book.
In this compact companion, one may encounter a field of glowing sunflowers bordering on a magenta sky; brilliantly colored rows of lavender stretching to the horizon; vernacular windows that suggest abstract art; and haunting stonework, to mention a few of the book's photographic themes. For nearly three decades, Bullaty and Lomeo have devoted themselves to portraying the region's color, light, textures, and forms. In capturing the very essence of Provence, they have discovered views overlooked by most visitors and even locals.
Complementing the photographs is a spirted and informative commentary by Marie-Ange Guillaume, a gifted French author, who introduces the region by exploring why painters, writers, and other creative individuals have been attracted to Provence. This unrivaled celebration of Provence is an inspired gift for travelers, photographers, and admirers of this endlessly fascinating region.