Entries by The Ansel Adams Gallery

Apricity: noun. The Warmth of the Winter Sun.

See all Exhibition Photographs I fell in love with winter in Yosemite. After all, I’d spent most of my life in New England where winters, though often pretty, were synonymous with concepts like bone-chilling and raw. There, it was a season to be endured, where backs ached from shoveling and ice was an obstacle to […]

Unexpected Landscapes: Photographs by Ted Orland

November 30, 2018 – January 5, 2019 If anything is true of Orland’s photographs, it is that they are unique in approach, constantly in flux, incomparable, and impossible to ignore. Evan Russell, Curator, The Ansel Adams Gallery See all photographs by Ted Orland Ted Orland is a California photographer and writer now living in Santa […]

Unearthing the Enigma of Moonrise

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico (1941). It is the image that almost didn’t occur. For fifty years, the dating of this fateful image remained in question. It was approaching twilight on an autumn day in 1941. Ansel Adams and his companions were traveling by car, after an uneventful outing in the Chama Valley. The stormy skies […]

The Ansel Adams Museum Set Photographs

************************** For Immediate Release ************************** In the late 1970s, as the prices for Ansel Adams’ original photographs exploded in value, Ansel and his advisors developed a plan to be able to have his work more easily exhibited and seen by future generations. He created the Museum Set edition, sets of prints of his photographs, mostly […]

Print Condition Definitions

Print Conditions Definitions Condition is always difficult to assess and somewhat subjective. Our rating system is an effort to make a meaningful distinction between the found condition of photographs that are, in 2017, between 35 and 85 years old. There are no standards in the industry or bright lines between ratings. Each rating can contain […]