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Karl Blossfeldt

Collection by Emily Rainey

Emily Rainey
Untitled (sunflowers) by German botanical fine art photographer Karl Blossfeldt via universo paralelo Karl Blossfeldt, Botanical Drawings, Botanical Illustration, Botanical Art, Still Life Photography, Fine Art Photography, Image Photography, Straight Photography, Photography Flowers


Untitled (sunflowers) by German botanical fine art photographer Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932). via universo paralelo

Detail, 'Delphinium, Larkspur, part of a dried leaf' by German botanical fine art photographer Karl Blossfeldt source: Karl Blossfelt Photos. via apart gallery Karl Blossfeldt, Botanical Illustration, Botanical Art, Still Life Photography, Fine Art Photography, Ansel Adams, Inspiration Artistique, Flower Power, Edward Weston

カール ブロスフェルト -KARL BLOSSFELDT- | かざろぐ|写真家中村風詩人公式ブログ


Nigella Damascena Spinnenkopf – Karl Blossfeldt black and white fine art photography. Karl Blossfeldt, Fotografia Macro, Foto Art, Natural Forms, Double Exposure, Botanical Art, Macro Photography, Vintage Photography, Photo Manipulation

Karl Blossfeldt - Iain Claridge

Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) was a German instructor of sculpture and a self-taught photographer, who used his photographs of plant studies to educate his students about design elements in nature. “The plant never lapses into mere arid functionalism; it fashions and shapes according to logic and suitability, and with its primeval force compels everything to attain …

miss-mary-quite-contrary: “ Karl Blossfeldt. Delphinium Karl Blossfeldt was a German instructor of sculpture who used his remarkable photographs of plant studies to educate his students. Karl Blossfeldt, Spirals In Nature, Natural Form Art, Socialist Realism, Patterns In Nature, Blue Patterns, Expositions, Delphinium, Land Art

Karl Blossfeldt

Karl Blossfeldt - Delphinium, Larkspur Part of a dried leaf magnified six times

Karl Blossfeldt- New Objectivity Photographer Karl Blossfeldt, Albert Renger Patzsch, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, New Objectivity, Photo Exhibit, Jugendstil Design, Pinhole Camera, Fotografia Macro

Get Inspired! 7 Current Photo Exhibits

The best way for me to dive further into photography or just refresh my creative mojo is to get into the calm, curated space of a fine art museum. There’s so many wonderful photo driven shows around the country now, many of them coming down Monday. So bring your sketchpad and get lost in some remarkable images that will inspire your own photography. There are contemporary and historical artists showing all over the country in photo shows right now.

Karl Blossfeldt :: Bryonia alba (White bryony, with leaf) B, Pinakothek der Moderne, München / src: Michael Hoppen Gallery “From Blossfeldt taught sculpture based on natural plant. Karl Blossfeldt, Organic Shapes, Organic Form, Fine Art Photography, Nature Photography, Photography Flowers, School Photography, Monochrome Photography, Natural Form Art

Biography: Fine Art / Botanical photographer Karl Blossfeldt | MONOVISIONS - Black & White Photography Magazine

Karl Blossfeldt (1865 – 1932) was a German photographer, sculptor, teacher, and artist who worked in Berlin, Germany. In 1881 Blossfeldt began his studies as an apprentice at the Art Ironworks and Foundry in Mägdesprung, Germany, where he studied sculpture and iron casting. He then moved to Berlin to study at the School of the Museum of Decorative Arts (Kunstgewerbemuseum). In 1890 Blossfeldt received a scholarship to study in Rome under Moritz Meurer, a decorative artist and professor of…

Pyrus alnifolia, photography by botanical photographer Karl Blossfeldt, Urformen der Kunst 1928 . Karl Blossfeldt, Pyrus, Natural Forms, Natural Structures, Patterns In Nature, Black And White Photography, Art Forms, Nature Photography, Organic Gardening

Karl Blossfeldt ~ Plant Photographer

Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) was a German photographer of plant forms. Blossfeldt used a handmade wooden camera to photograph the botanical specimens and also casted models that were to be used by industrial craftsmen and manufacturers. I love the simplicity and symmetry of his work ~ also the richness and velvety softness of the black and white photogravure. Although this work was done in the early 1900's, it has an amazingly modern look. {these look like totem poles to me} {these, like…

Karl Blossfeldt Karl Blossfeldt, Natural Form Art, Socialist Realism, Still Picture, Nature Plants, Fine Art Photo, Botanical Prints, Art Forms, Nature Photography

Karl Blossfeldt - AlorsVoilà

(je suis ver de terre j'avais écrit pas mal j'ai tout perdu) Karl Blossfeldt était allemand né en 1865 mort en 1936 entre les deux il a dû faire plein de choses notamment botaniste et photographe j'ai découvert son travail au retour de mon stage de...

Edward Weston photos are kept in the photographer’s Daybooks collection. These photos span two decades chronicling the photographer’s extensive work and views on photography. Learn more about Edward Weston here. Tina Modotti, Edward Weston, Abstract Photography, Creative Photography, Fine Art Photography, Urban Photography, Portrait Photography, Landscape Photography, Texture Photography

Edward Weston - Cabbage Leaf - 1931 - Gelatin Silver Print - 1968.7.2

2) Edward Henry Weston was born March 24, 1886 in Highland Park, Illinois. He began photographing at the age of sixteen after receiving a Bull's Eye #2 camera from his father. Weston's first photographs captured the parks of Chicago and his aunt's farm. In 1906, following the publication of his first photographs in Camera and Darkroom, Weston moved to California. After working briefly as a surveyor for a number of railroad companies, he began working as an itinerant photographer. He peddaled…