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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 …

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. Edward Weston, Tina Modotti, 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

Edward Weston was born on March 24, 1886 and passed away from Parkinson's disease January 1, 1958 in his famous Wildcat Point home in California. He had an early interest in photography and spent a lot of time photographing the area in which he lived in Illinois. In 1908 he attended the Illinois College of Photography. He had several lovers through out his lifetime which seemed to represent different phases of his artistic interest. Most notable of these women was Charis Wilson who…

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KARL BLOSSFELDT

as born in Schiele, Harz, Germany. He worked as an apprentice in an artistic form of iron casting at the iron foundry in Mägdesprung between 1881 and 1883; and studied art at the Institute of Royal Arts and Museum (later named College of Fine Arts, or Hochschule für Bildende Künste) in Berlin between 1884 and 1890. In 1890-1896 he participated in a project in Italy, run by Moritz Meurer, collecting plant material for drawing classes. During this period Blossfeldt started systematically…

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Art is a journey into the most unknown thing of all - oneself. Nobody knows his own frontiers… I don’t think I’d ever want to take a road if I knew where it led. Louis Kahan

Jan Groover was born in Plainfield, New Jersey in Ms. Groover pursued an education in art receiving her B. Reflection Photography, History Of Photography, Light Photography, Color Photography, Olivia Parker, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Still Life Photographers, Postmodernism, Out Of This World

Jan Groover - Postmodern Photographer

“Formalism is everything,” was the motto of post-modernist still life photographer Jan Groover, who died on January 1st, 2012, in Montpon-Meneterol, France, where she had lived for more than 20 years. Although she started out as a painter, who admired European still lifes of artists like Giorgio Morandi and Cezanne, her own photographic still lifes were spare, and her subjects utilitarian, focusing on everyday kitchen utensils such as forks, knives, and cake pans…