#Master Prints


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  • #7 - Ansel Adams

    Trailer - Camp Children, Richmond, California
    #7 - Ansel Adams

    Ansel Adams is justly celebrated for his epic depictions of majestic landscapes, but this rare, little discussed, haunting image of displaced children shows his profound empathy for humanity. Certainly on a par with his close colleague Dorothea Lange’s, “Migrant Mother”, certainly no less powerful.

  • #6 - Julia Margaret Cameron

    The Dream (Mary Ann Hillier), 1869
    #6 - Julia Margaret Cameron

    Taking up photography at the age of 40 years old, urged on by her children as an antidote to her husband leaving to run the family plantations in India, Julia Margaret Cameron became the first great female photographer. It is so hard to find her prints in such perfect condition as this one. I had collected several in the past in not so great a condition but it was always a dream to find a 10. My dream came true with this one and it just transports me to a special pace each time I look at it.

  • #2 - Alfred Stieglitz

    The Steerage, 1907
    #2 - Alfred Stieglitz

    Of course, “The Steerage” is one of the most celebrated images in the history of photography. For good reason as its' genius graphic construction and human empathy is utterly timeless.