photographic plant studies of Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932)

Nigella Damascena Spinnenkopf – Karl Blossfeldt black and white fine art photography.

Asymmetrical can create order by Karl Blossfeldt #Proliferation

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 - Fine Art Photography [found at jbe200 & mmmmmmmmmy]

Photography( one of my favourite photographers) would look beautiful in a bright blue or lime green frame Pumpkin - Karl Blossfeldt

D E T A L H E  Karl Blossfeldt - Wundergarten der Natur. 1932.  Fotografia muito moderna para época, apresentando apenas a parte do objecto e não o todo.

Karl Blossfeldt - Wundergarten der Natur, 1932 - Foca-se só numa parte da fotografia, emancipa-a.

*Karl Blossfedlt - These photographs make me happy. They play on the idea of whimsical. The close ups of the plants make see new things and question if they're indeed plants.

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Karl Blossfeldt, Adiantum pedatum (Maidenhair-Fern, young rolled-up fronds enlarged photogravure, Gift of Rick A.

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Biography: Fine Art / Botanical photographer Karl Blossfeldt | MONOVISIONS

Karl Blossfeldt - was a German photographer, sculptor, teacher, and artist who worked in Berlin, Germany. In 1881 Blossfeldt began his studies as an

Eryngium maritimum, Sea holly, eryngo, bracts and capitulum, 4x

Karl Blossfeldt, Eryngium maritimum, Sea holly, eryngo, bracts and capitulum

Karl Blossfeldt - Fucking space.

Karl Blossfeldt Wunder In Der Natur 1942 Gravure Phacelia Tanacetifolia 11

Karl Blossfeldt, Cajophora lateritia (Loasaceae), Chile nettle, flower bud

Karl Blossfeldt Photogravures, Cajophora lateritia (Loasaceae), Chile nettle, flower bud The geometry in compositions was a source of inspiration in my art

Karl Blossfeldt, Vaccinium corymbosum (Blueberry) , © Karl Blossfeldt Archiv / Stiftung Ann und Jürgen Wilde, Pinakothek der Moderne, München

A teacher by trade, Karl Blossfeldt's unique sense for beautifully simple design and his attention to detail has helped cement his name at the centre or Modernist art.