Ansel Adams at 100.
Photographs by Ansel Adams. Text by John Szarkowski.
Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 2001. 200 pp., 114 tritone and 25 duotone illustrations., 14x12½".
Ansel Adams passed away in 1984, leaving behind an outstanding legacy as a consummate interpreter of the American West, an avid environmentalist, a driving force behind the photography department at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, and perhaps as America's most loved photographer. Numerous books have been published on Adams, but Ansel Adams at 100 is different. As John Szarkowski explains in his text, this volume "is an attempt to identify that work on which Adams' claim as an important modern artist must rest." The book is housed in a clothbound slipcase and includes a reproduction print of an Adams image, with his facsimile signature and the embossed seal of The Ansel Adams Trust. This is a truly magnificent Adams collectible and the penultimate Adams book to own.
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