The simplicity of this plants leaves are beautiful. Aristolochia Clematitis, photograph by Karl Blossfeldt (ca. 1928)

Karl Blossfeldt – Plants

Art in Nature - heart shaped leaves intricate leaf vein patterns - organic texture inspiration; black white plant photography, lighting harder to capture detailed texture, one light source to the left.

photographic plant studies of Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932). I would not have guessed it was that age, it looks modern.

Arid Functionalism Karl Blossfeldt, 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.

Seed capsule of the annual, Abutilon,  by German photographer & artist Karl Blossfeldt (1864-1932) published in his "Urformen der Kunst" (1929). via Picturing Plants

Volume and shape created by gradual transition of tones, high contrast brings out details. Seed capsule of the annual, Abutilon, by German photographer & artist Karl Blossfeldt published in his "Urformen der Kunst" via Picturing Plants

Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932)  Botanical fine art photographer

Blossfeldt photographed natural forms in great detail; highlighting their natural structures. The high contrast black and white images ma.

Karl Blossfeldt, Polystichum munitum, Holly fern, young unrolling leaf

KARL BLOSSFELDT

Karl Blossfeldt I Polystichum munitum I Holly fern, young unrolling leaf

Karl Blossfeldt, Polystichum munitum, Holly fern, young unrolling leaf

KARL BLOSSFELDT

Karl Blossfeldt I Polystichum munitum I Holly fern, young unrolling leaf

I love the fern plant because of the way the buds un-curl and grow out. It's so beautiful.

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


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