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Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
Photography   Landscapes
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Photography Landscapes

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  • 1. Landscape Ellen Robinson
  • 2. Landscape in Painting Before the camera landscapes were painted, many artists were able to capture the beauty of the nature that is now mainly shown through photography. John Constable – The Hay Way, 1821 This image shows a way of rural life that was beginning to vanish at this time.
  • 3. J.W.M Turner –Rain, Steam and Speed – The Great Western Railway, before 1844
  • 4. William Dyce – Pegwell Bay, 1858-60 This image although of the sea falls into the landscape category. As there are people within the painting it could also be seen as a portrait.
  • 5. Paul Cezanne -The Forest, 1885-1887?
  • 6. David Bomberg, 1890-1957 - Tregor and Tregoff, Cornwall, 1947
  • 7. Landscape Photography The first photograph was taken in 1825/6 from then on landscape photography began to rival the painters. Albert Renger-Patzsch – Beech Wood, 1936 This image shows the simple beauty of the nature.
  • 8. Ansel Adams - Moonrise over Hernandez new Mexico, 1941
  • 9. More Ansel Adams The Tetons--Snake River, Wyoming, 1942 Bridalveil Fall In my opinion Ansel Adams is one of the greatest landscape photographers as his images are so detailed, clear and beautiful.
  • 10. Edouard Boubat – First Snow, Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris, 1955
  • 11. Sally Mann - Untitled - (Deep South #31), 1998
  • 12. Edgar Martins- Untitled, from the series The Rehearsal of Space, 2006
  • 13. Cityscapes As time progressed and cities grew, landscapes changed from being just of rural country beauty to depicting the realities of the city. Berenice Abbott – Lower East Side Waterfront, Side Street, 1935
  • 14. Andreas Feininger – Hudson River Waterfront, NewYork, 1942
  • 15. Richard Petersen – View from the Dresden City Hall Tower, 1945 This image could be seen as a documentary image as well as landscape as it is documenting a important historical event. The bombing of Dresden, Germany in WW2.
  • 16. René Burri – Sao Paulo, 1960
  • 17. Brassai - Rue de la colonie, Touluse, 1990
  • 18. Jordan Baseman – Dark is the Night, 2009
  • 19. Seascape Joel Meyerowitz – Vivian, 1980 This image shows that the category of landscape can also include seascapes. This image could also be seen as a portrait can I feel it was probably intended as a portrait due to the title.
  • 20. John Brett - The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs, 1871
  • 21. Sculptor and the Landscape Sculptor changes the face of many landscapes in England and around the world. Henry Moore – The King and Queen
  • 22. Antony Gormley – The Angel of the North
  • 23. The End

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