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Celebrating seasonal color of Yosemite National Park and the American West. Our represented photographers are former assistants and students of Ansel Adams, as well as Photography Workshop Instructors.
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Paintings by Yosemite Artists Della Taylor Hoss, James McGrew, Penny Otwell and Sally Owens.
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More Ansel Adams Images of the Bay Area – Leaves, Mills College
Leaves, Mills College, California - In 1933 Adams showed a selection of his photographs to the dean of the Art Department at Yale University. Adams wrote, "The dean was a most gracious and kindly person but had never seen my type of photographs. He was taken with 'Leaves, Mills College Campus' and asked, 'Just what is this?' I said, 'It is a picture of foliage.' 'Yes, I understand that, but what is the subject?' I said 'What do you mean?' He replied (just a bit testily), 'What is the medium - is it an etching, a lithograph or a detailed painting?' I said, 'It's a photograph!' I was finally able to convince him that it was a direct photograph from nature. He became quite excited and arranged an exhibit of my work at Yale in 1934.
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The Golden Gate, Before and After The Bridge
Ansel Adams provides a unique visual perspective of the Golde Gate before and after the iconic bridge construction.
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Ansel Adams’ photos of 1940 L.A. show him working in urban mode
About 60 of Ansel Adams’ stepchildren will spend the coming four weeks hanging out in a downtown art gallery. They’re pictures the great photographer of natural landscapes took of urbanized Los Angeles around 1940 – and donated to the…
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Ansel Adams in LA
Eye local photos taken by the photo legend. Quick. Think "Ansel Adams" and then tell us what the next thing is that springs to mind. Is it a stunning, ethereal shot of Yosemite's Half Dome? Is it a panoramic take on some distant, snow-capped…
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Ansel Adams: The Role of the Artist in the Environmental Movement
In the history of American conservation, few have worked as long and as effectively to preserve wilderness and to articulate the “wilderness idea” as Ansel Adams. Entering his seventh decade of active involvement, he remains as much a crusader. Wilderness has always been for Adams “a mystique: a valid, intangible, non-materialistic experience.” Through his photographs he has touched countless people with a sense of that mystique and a realization of the importance of preserving the last remaining wilderness lands. This inspirational legacy of Adams ' art constitutes his major significance as an environmentalist. In addition, he has been an important activist in the work of several conservation groups and has personally lobbied congressmen, cabinet officers and Presidents on behalf of wilderness values. Ansel Adams was born on February 20, 1902, in San Francisco and grew up in the dunes area by the Golden Gate . In those days the Pacific surf and fog were a much more evident influence than the surrounding city. Ansel's earliest memory is of lying in his carriage watching low fog move across the sky.