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Photographs
Photographs

First you have to understand that many many visitors have never looked at a photograph as a work of art before. That’s chiefly because photographs are so ubiquitous Their everywhere. Almost everyone has a camera. […] Read More

P.H. Emerson’s Naturalistic Photography
P.H. Emerson’s Naturalistic Photography

– [Voiceover] My name is Steven Hyde. I am the great- grandson of P.H. Emerson. He is my mother’s grandfather. He came from actually a very distinguished American family distantly related to Ralph Waldo. P.H. […] Read More

Camilo Vergara Documents the Changing Urban Landscape
Camilo Vergara Documents the Changing Urban Landscape

– [Voiceover] Camilo Vergara’s photographs are part of a long-term project begun in the early 1970s. He documents buildings in poor urban communities in New York, Chicago, Newark, Camden, Los Angeles, and Detroit. – [Camilo] […] Read More

Gustave Courbet’s Painting Technique
Gustave Courbet’s Painting Technique

(dramatic piano music throughout – no speech)

Introducing Formal Analysis: Landscape
Introducing Formal Analysis: Landscape

What do you think these artworks have in common? Let’s investigate! Describing what we see can be a useful place to start. Each of these artworks depicts natural scenery, including trees, water, and people, which […] Read More

John Chiara
John Chiara

[MUSIC PLAYING] John Chiara is a photographer. His approach isn’t likely to be copied by too many others. He has super-sized the process with a homemade camera the size of a camper trailer. I’ve been […] Read More