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  1. Lambda Moses Lambda Moses says:

    This book has less than 10 pages of text mostly figures The plates are not arranged in chronological order; instead I think they're arranged according to theme and style Most people pass by trees indifferently I like taking photos of trees and this book made me look at trees in a new light


  2. Lesley Looper Lesley Looper says:

    From a living room Christmas tree to giant redwoods and many in between this book is a fascinating look at trees as photography subject I especially enjoyed seeing the trees in different seasons


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The Tree in Photographs ➹ [Download] ➵ The Tree in Photographs By Francoise Reynaud ➼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Visual artists as well as writers have long extolled the presence of the tree From the origins of photography to the present day photographers have considered the tree with its strong graphic form and Visual artists as well as writers have long extolled the presence of the tree From the origins of photography to the present day photographers have considered the tree with its strong graphic form and evocative power to be a popular subject Through the works of artists such as Robert Adams Eugène Atget Anne Brigman William Eggleston P H Emerson Gustave Le Gray Eliot Porter Alfred Stieglitz Paul Strand William Henry Fox The Tree PDF or Talbot and Carleton Watkins this book spans the history of photography from the mid nineteenth to early twenty first century to address the image of the tree in its many connotations—as graphic form symbolic icon and role model for the beauty of natureThe selection of eighty one images carefully culled from the J Paul Getty Museum’s permanent collection of photographs and reproduced in color presents the tree in various contexts the single tree; trees in the urban landscape; uses of trees; tree reflections and shadows; and details abstractions and conceptual views of trees as conceived by contemporary artists.