The work of two great American landscape photographers presented together for the first time-revealing an artistic progression from one generation to the next. 88 colour and duotone reproductions of works from a major exhibition organized by the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas; Both photographers are celebrated for creating art for environmental activism; Includes an introductory essay by John Rohrbach, senior curator of photographs at the Carter, and closing remarks by Robert Glenn Ketchum; Also includes chronologies of both artists along with lists of their publications and major exhibitions. Eliot Porter (1901-1999) was the first established artist-photographer to commit to exploring the beauty and diversity of the natural world with colour film and Ketchum is recognized as one of the leading contemporary photographers of the American landscape.Rohrbach, John is the author of 'Regarding the Land Robert Glenn Ketchum And the Legacy of Eliot Porter', published 2006 under ISBN 9780883601006 and ISBN 0883601001.
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