Haskins' seminal sixties classics, which include the groundbreaking Cowboy Kate
, are landmarks in the history of photography, as revered today as they were when first published forty years ago. In Cowboy Kate
, a lyrical tale of the triumph of youth played out by cowgirls of the old west, Haskins reinvented the genre of the nude with stunningly well-executed photographs, a cinematic approach, and a subtly engaging narrative. Often copied but rarely equaled, Haskins has an exceptional ability to photograph women with a sensitivity that has won him accolades from men and women alike. The "Director's Cut" is revised to include new and previously unpublished photographs.