Renowned photographer Anouk Masson Krantz has been drawn time and again to the great American West and its cowboys and ranching communities.

In West: The American Cowboy, Anouk documents this enduring symbol of America’s pioneering spirit.

Long admired for their strength, work ethic, and humble values, the cowboy is alive and well – but has never stood in such stark contrast to the rapidly changing nation they call home.

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A unique collection from an award-winning photographer and storyteller, the book is an artful, intimate study of American character and sense of place.

You can purchase ‘West: The American Cowboy’ from The Images Publishing Group at ACC Art Books, £45

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