Hundreds of lost Ansel Adams photo prints found at UC Berkeley

 

 

Talk about a photographic treasure trove! Over 600 signed prints by legendary American photographer Ansel Adams have been discovered in a box at the University of California's Berkeley campus.

The prints — totalling 605 in number — were part of a project Adams had been hired for in the 1960s, which involved photographing the UC system. The images were slated to be part of a coffee table-sized book celebrating the university system's centennial in 1968.

But the man who hired Adams at the time, University of California…

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via Imaging Resource News Page http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2012/10/02/hundreds-of-lost-ansel-adams-photo-prints-found-at-uc-berkeley

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