|July 30, 1910|
|Date of death|
|February 10, 2003 (92 years)|
|Place of Birth|
Edgar Domingo Evia y Joutard, known professionally as Edgar de Evia (July 30, 1910 – February 10, 2003), was a Mexican-born American interiors photographer.
In a career that spanned the 1940s through the 1990s, his photography appeared in magazines and newspapers such as ' House & Garden, Look and The New York Times Magazine and advertising campaigns for Borden Ice Cream and Jell-O.
In 1942, homeopathic physician Guy Beckley Stearns and Edgar D. Evia contributed an essay called "The New Synthesis", For for the Laurie's Domestic Medicine medical guide.
In a review of the book, The New York Times stated that "Black and white is frequently interspersed through the book and serves as a reminder that black and white still has a useful place, even in a world of color, often more convincingly as well. This is pointed up rather persuasively in the portfolio on Edgar de Evia as a 'master of still life' and in the one devoted to the work of Réne Groebli." "Editorial high-key food photography was introduced by Edgar D'Evia in 1953 for the pages of Good Housekeeping."
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