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by Robert Ketchum,James Thomas Flexner

eBook The Hudson River and the Highlands: The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum download ISBN: 0893811742
Author: Robert Ketchum,James Thomas Flexner
Publisher: Aperture (November 1, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 87
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by Robert Ketchum (Author), James Thomas Flexner (Author). Two of the photographs in this book consist mostly of green, the first having swirls of green algae in a swamp, and the second having thick pillows of moss on the forest floor. The first is, "November 3, 1983/2:15 .

by Robert Ketchum (Author), James Thomas Flexner (Author). " where the swamp contains clumps of tall orange-colored grasses, where there about 20 discrete clumps. The orange clumps contrast nicely with the swirling patters of green algae. This is one of the most majestic photos in this book.

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Robert Glenn Ketchum (born December 1, 1947) is pioneering conservation photographer, recognized by Audubon magazine as one of 100 people "who shaped the environmental movement in the 20th century. Ketchum attended high school at the Webb School of California. in design from UCLA and a MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 1974. He studied photography under the direction of Edmund Teske and Robert Heinecken.

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Robert Glenn Ketchum's work is some of the finest color landscape photography being done today. In 1981 he curated the landmark exhibition "American Photographers and the National Parks" and has been included in a number of exhibitions and collections throughout the country. In his past work, his palette of color and vision have had an Eastern influence in subtlety and content. This Aperture volume reproduces work taken in the beautiful Hudson River Valley in upstate New York and serves as Ketchum's first monograph. ISBN: 0893811742 Publisher: Aperture Hardcover : 87 pages.

the photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum. Hudson River and the highlands. by Robert Glenn Ketchum. Published 1985 by Aperture, Distributed in the . by Viking Penguin in New York, . Pictorial works, Natural history. 87 p. : Number of pages.

These stately, straightforward nature photographs make us understand anew why an entire school of artists devoted itself to the Hudson and its captivating environs.

Ketchum, Robert Glenn. The Hudson River and the Highlands. The Legacy of Wildness: The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum

Ketchum, Robert Glenn. Aperture, New York, NY, 1985. Ketchum, Robert Glenn and Carey D. The Tongass: Alaska's Vanishing Rain Forest. Aperture, New York, NY, 1987. Callison, Charles and Robert Glenn Ketchum. Overlooked in America: The Success and Failure of Federal Land Management. The Legacy of Wildness: The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum. Aperture, New York, NY, 1993. various authors and photographers. Tatshenshini River Wild. Raincoast Books, Vancouver, BC, 1993. September 2008- Robert Glenn Ketchum: A Life Well Lived, 40 Years in the Making, The G2 Gallery, Venice, CA.

Robert Glenn Ketchum (b. 1947) is one of the best known landscape and nature photographers working today. American Photographers and The National Parks", 1981 "The Hudson River and The Highlands"’, 1981 "The Legacy of Wildness: The Photographs of Robert Glenn Ketchum", 1993 "Northwest Passage"’, 1996 "Overlooked in America: The Success and Failure of Federal Land Management", 1991 "Regarding the Land: Robert Glen Ketchum and the Legacy of Eliot Porter", 2006 "Rivers of Life: Southwest Alaska, the Last Great Salmon Fishery"’

Ketchum, Robert Glenn. Aperture, New York, NY, 1991. Ketchum, Robert Glenn, and John Perlin. Ketchum, Robert Glenn and Barry Lopez.

Photographs show the beauty of the woodlands, marshes, meadows, and parks along the Hudson River