White Branch, Monolake, California
- Description (Brief)
- Silver gelatin, mounted. Close-up, focus on light colored branch lying on rocks. Background hazy, unfocused view of lake. Signed, ink (recto: bottom right). Verso: Adams stamp, handwritten title, top center. "RSN 82532R29" handwritten, pencil, bottom right center.
- Ansel Adams (1902-1984) is one of the most well-known twentieth century photographers. His contributions to the field of photography include his innovation and teaching of the Zone System. The quality of his photographs set the standard by which many straight photographs are judged.
- The collection in the Photographic History Collection consists of twenty-five photographs, all printed in or about 1968. All are gelatin silver, mounted, labeled and signed in ink by the photographer. The photographs include some of his most well-known images, but also portraits and objects. The selection of images was made in collaboration between the collecting curator and Adams.
- Data Source
- National Museum of American History
- Adams, Ansel
- print made
- ca 1968
- negative made
- ca 1936
- Credit Line
- Reproduction rights held by the Center for Creative Photgraphy-Arizona
- Physical Description
- paper (overall material)
- overall: 45.6 cm x 35.6 cm; 17 15/16 in x 14 1/32 in
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