ANSEL ADAMS IN COLOR / Review

From the Publisher:
In a career that spanned six decades,
Ansel Adams was at once America’s foremost
landscape photographer and one of its most
ardent environmentalists.
His work has been published in a multitude
of books, posters, and calendars.

About the Authors:
Andrea G. Stillman, who worked with Adams in the 1970s,

has edited several books of his photographs and writings,
including Letters and Images: 1916-1984, Our National Parks,
and Ansel Adams: 400 Photographs. She lives in New York City.
John P. Schaefer was a student, collaborator,
and close friend of Ansel Adams, and is currently
the president of Research Corporation and a
Trustee of The Ansel Adams Publishing Rights Trust.
In 1975, as president of the University of Arizona,
he helped found the Center for Creative Photography.
He lives in Tucson, Arizona.
My Review:
I’ve seen many photographs by Ansel Adams,
but I don’t reacall having seen any in color.
This book is filled with magnificent pictures.
Simple, yet stunning and breathtakingly beautiful.
Stillman and Schaefer have included writings from
Adams and James L. Enyeart.
Ansel Adams In Color would be worthy of
gracing the coffee table, of even the
most discriminating of art lovers.
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Thanks so much to Anna and Hachette
for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book.
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are ever sold…they are kept by me,
given to family or friends,
or donated to The Polk Education Foundation, 
 my local library, or given away on
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ANSEL ADAMS IN COLOR / Review

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