Although he is best known for his landscapes, Ansel Adams was equally fascinated with the intimate details of nature. This close-up of a rose on driftwood is a perfect example of his desire to capture the secrets of light and shadow on everyday objects.
- Title: Rose and Driftwood, San Francisco, California, 1932
- Artist: Ansel Adams
- Matte: Polar white / cinder
- Long-lasting, fade-resistant ink on high quality lithographic paper
- Paper is dry-mounted to prevent rippling
- Ready to hang, comes with a hanging wire for easy installation
- Constructed of premium-quality frame and gallery-quality acrylic glazing
- Frame finish: Satin black
- Made in USA
15 Issues of Wine Spectator
Included with purchase ($10 value).
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