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Unseen Ansel Adams

Perseus Books

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Unseen Ansel Adams
Unseen Ansel Adams
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Unseen Ansel Adams

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Author(s):
introduction by Professor Jason Weems
Format:
hardcover
Page count:
180
Size:
0.9" x 12.5" x 13.5"
ISBN:
9781607100133

Why We Love This

During his 60-year career, the godfather of American photography captured iconic images for the Sierra Club and National Park Service, wrote best-selling books, campaigned for the environment, and even took President Jimmy Carter’s official White House portrait. Even so, these make up only a portion of Ansel Adams’s portfolio. The rare photographs in The Unseen Ansel Adams come from the celebrated collection of the University of California. During the 1960s, Adams spent time chronicling the university’s campuses, including images of Berkeley’s majestic campanile, Santa Cruz’s ferny forests, Santa Barbara’s pristine coastline, and UCLA’s stern chancellor. Photography aficionados will certainly appreciate this fresh look at a master’s lesser-known work. Spreads feature beautiful black-and-white photographs that are rich in detail and texture, showcasing Adams’s unmistakable style.