Ansel Adams: The Spirit of Wild Places

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Todtri, 1995 - Art - 143 pages
Presenting concise overviews of artists and movements that are uniquely American, these volumes distill the essence of their subjects with authoritative texts and lavish illustrations.

An enthusiastic survey of Adams' varied career -- from commercial photographer to standard-bearer of "pure" photography -- this book presents the grand portraits of natural sites that testify to this modern master's genius.

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