Entries by The Ansel Adams Gallery

Ansel Adams & The Magic of Glacier Point

If you’re planning a trip to Yosemite and the weather permits, make the adventure to Glacier Point for an epic all-encompassing view of many of the park’s scenic wonders. At an elevation of 7,214 feet, Glacier Point offers a superb lookout onto Yosemite’s iconic landmarks including Yosemite Valley, Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, Vernal Fall, Nevada Fall, […]

Upcoming Exhibition: Yosemite At Night

In Yosemite, the hustle and bustle of activity pervades the day. But at night, this all changes and the park becomes unfettered, with the wild echoes of nature and the humbling magnitude of an endless firmament overhead. Here, bears forage for grubs. The coyotes howl in Tenaya Canyon. Mountain Lions traipse through talus. And while […]

Virginia Adams Spreads Native American Art from the Southwest to Yosemite

(The Ansel Insider) Ansel Adams’ trips to the Southwest—often with his wife, Virginia—were as much about connecting with people as they were about connecting with landscapes. Through the traders and locals that they met, Ansel and Virginia connected with a number of Native American artisans and craftsmen. And it was Virginia who first decided to […]

Secrets of the Southwest: Locals Point the Way

(The Ansel Insider)  For Ansel Adams, the project of cataloging the American Southwest was as much about finding beauty as it was about photographing it. But Adams did not have to look far for friends who were eager to help him uncover the secrets of that landscape. Entrée to the Southwest—insider knowledge about special sights […]

New Release: Mt. McKinley, Wonder Lake – Modern Replica Print

Ansel Adams’ 1947 masterpiece captured in Denali National Park, Alaska Collectors have found the gallery’s “Modern Replicas” a welcome addition to the options for collecting the work of Ansel Adams. The prints’ quality is on par with the contemporary photographs using the latest printing techniques. For the collection, the gallery have chosen prints from the […]

Path, Muir Woods

In 1919, when Adams made this photograph, he was 17 years old and experimenting with photography. He was most likely still using the Box Brownie his father gave him in Yosemite in 1916. The standard “art” photography of the day was in the Pictorialist style, an effort to diffuse the natural sharpness of the lens […]