Ansel Adams print
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Giclee print on baryta fine-art paper. Price includes premium frame with Museum glass
- Image size 35 x 50cm
- Frame size 36 x 51cm
Ansel Adams (1902-1984) is perhaps one of if not the most famous American photographer, and for a plethora of reasons. A man of many talents, he was an avid environmentalist and used his work as a means to depict what he loved and gain support for the preservation of our national landscape. Adams' work captures the breathtaking beauty of the American West; rugged, sweeping, and solemn all at once. Having been so passionate it's not hard to see why his pictures convey so much emotion; his love for nature echoes through out all of his pieces.
From the series Ansel Adams Photographs of National Parks and Monuments, compiled 1941 - 1942, documenting the period ca. 1933 - 1942.
-Distant View of Mountains, Desert, Shrubs Highlighted in Foreground, "Near Death Valley National Monument," California
-Looking across Lake toward Mountains, "Evening, McDonald Lake, Glacier National Park," Montana
-View of Mountains, "Near Death Valley," California
-Steaming pool in foreground, high horizon, "Fountain Geyser Pool, Yellowstone National Park," Wyoming.
-View with rock formation in foreground, "Grand Canyon National Park," Arizona