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A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL!
The Ansel Adams Gallery’s Inaugural Exhibition at AIPAD

The Ansel Adams Gallery proudly featured some of its finest examples of original, vintage, and mural-sized photographs by Ansel Adams at The Photography Show. The response was overwhelmingly positive from collectors, museum curators, art advisors, photographers and photo-enthusiasts. For those of…

Language of Light - An Exhibit by Alan Ross

Yosemite and Alan Ross have a storied history. Mr. Ross has been photographing this hallowed valley since he first came to work for Ansel Adams in 1974. Many adventures followed — the camera in tow as he developed his language of light.

"Light and Land" An Exhibit by Michael Frye

Photographer Michael Frye has been working in and around Yosemite National Park for three decades. During that time he has thoroughly explored this vast, beautiful, and diverse region

On Exhibit in Yosemite - Looking West: Photographs by Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams is a distinct paradigm of the American West from his wild adventures to his modern methods and embrace of technology, along with his romanticizing of the open spaces and their vernacular — and all the way down to his bolo and white stetson.

*New Acquisition* Original Photograph of Aspens, Northern New Mexico

Original gelatin silver print of “Aspens, Northern New Mexico” available in a 16 x 20 inch format, signed in pencil, printed in the mid-1970s and in “Excellent” condition. Email fineprints@anseladams.com or call (888) 238-9244 for more details and pricing. It may come as a surprise for…

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…
Ice Lake Irwin by Anne Larsen

Interpreting Yosemite through the Seasons - Oil Painting by James McGrew

It is sometimes easy to forget that The Ansel Adams Gallery began as a painting studio operated by Ansel’s father-in-law Harry Best from 1902 until 1936. Mr. Best’s style of painting grew out of the Hudson River School variety as he ventured into both studio and plain air sessions. Today the…