Ansel Adams: Letters and Images, 1916-1984

Ansel Adams: Letters and Images, 1916-1984

Ansel Adams Mary Street Alinder / Jan 17, 2020

Ansel Adams Letters and Images Handsomely produced this volume combines the highlights of a lifetime of Adams s letter writing with his distinctively sublime photographs to communicate the development and maturation of the aesthet

  • Title: Ansel Adams: Letters and Images, 1916-1984
  • Author: Ansel Adams Mary Street Alinder
  • ISBN: 9780821216910
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Handsomely produced, this volume combines the highlights of a lifetime of Adams s letter writing with his distinctively sublime photographs to communicate the development and maturation of the aesthetic vision of one of the 20th century s preeminent photographers 115 illustrations.

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      • Ansel Adams Mary Street Alinder

        Though wilderness and the environment were his grand passions, photography was his calling, his metier, his raison d etre From Ansel Adams, Photographer


    947 Comments

    1. His letters are as clear and distinctive as his photographs. I wish people in this technological world could converse and express their feelings as succinctly and passionately as Ansel Adams could. I'm far from finished with this wonderful collection, who wants to eat the whole bowl of frosting at once? Its better to be savored one slice at a time. I don't want to wind up with a severe bellyache from too much of a good thing all in one sitting.



    2. This book has both photographs taken by Ansel Adams and letters Ansel Adams had written and received over the years. Interesting book. He is not the greatest letter writer or speller, but he embraced the art of letter writing. I wish more wrote letters. I try.


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