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The Ansel Adams Gallery is thrilled to offer its collectors, friends and fellow art lovers, a chance to participate in a unique opportunity. From time to time on our website, we will be featuring a never-before- printed image from one of our distinguished Gallery artists at a discounted price, prior to its availability within the […]

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Adams did not enlist during World War II, but he very much wanted to make some patriotic contribution. Ralph Merritt, a Sierra Club friend and the director of the Manzanar Relocation Center, urged Adams to document the Japanese Americans interned at the center in Manzanar, California. Adams made hundreds of photographs there during 1943 and […]

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Cramer_TenLakes

May 30 – July 27, 2013 (Reception June 5th from 3-5 PM) Charles Cramer is a photographer who revels in exploration and craftsmanship. A masterful artist, his career broadly parallels that of Ansel Adams: an early focus on music, finding inspiration in Yosemite National Park, and exploring the developing medium of photography. Charles has worked […]

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Liliane De Cock Morgan by Ansel Adams

Liliane De Cock Morgan, a child of World War II Belgium who later became a vital part of the west coast fine photography world and photographic assistant to Ansel Adams, before continuing her career in the New York area, died quietly in her home in Wiscasset, Maine, due to complications from cancer, on May 25th. […]

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Anne Larsen - Boulder at 8-Foot, San Juan River, Utah 1996

On exhibit at the The Ansel Adams Gallery: “Anne Larsen & John Sexton: Light & Form.” While Mr. Sexton has exhibited at the gallery many times over his career, this is the first time that Anne and John will be showing on our walls together, and we are very excited to have a chance to […]

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Marc Silber joins, Michael Adams, Ansel Adams’ son, in a rare interview to discuss how Ansel captured some of his most memorable photographs, how he visualized his images, how he generously helped many other photographers, how he developed the Zone system, and much more– all against the backdrop of Yosemite valley!

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Gates of the Valley, Winter by Ansel Adams

It has been quite a few years since this photograph, part of the Yosemite Special Edition Photograph series has been available. We are very pleased to be able to re-release Gates of the Valley. About Yosemite Special Edition Photographs Ansel Adams launched the Yosemite Special Edition series in 1958. Today, Alan Ross makes each Special […]

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stillman-video

Check out this wonderful lecture on Ansel Adams by his former Assistant, Andrea Stillman. for more video on and about Ansel Adams, see our Video page

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White House Ruin, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona, 1942 -- available as an Archival Replica

White House Ruin

February 27, 2013

“Only when I had completed the prints [of this image] months later did I realize why the subject had a familiar aspect: I had seen the remarkable photographer made by Timothy O’Sullivan in 1873, in an album of his original prints that I once possessed. I had stood unaware in almost the same spot of […]

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Horsetail Fall

NOAA 7-day forecast calls for precipitation to descend upon Yosemite Valley beginning next Tuesday, February 19th.  This is excellent news for those of you wanting to photograph Horsetail Fall! I was out last night guiding some folks around Yosemite Valley.  They wanted to finish their session at a place to photograph Horsetail Fall.  Although not […]

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