Pictorialist photograph by Fred Archer
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Fred R. Archer (1889-1963) "was influential as the leader of the important Camera Pictorialists of Los Angeles and as a teacher of professional photographers." [Paterson, "After the Photo-Secession" p. 173,where other information about Archer can be found.] He had his own school. He helped develop the Zone System along with Ansel Adams.
This is a 10 1/2 x 10 1/2 inch brown-toned bromide printed mounted on a board that is signed by Archer with his hand-written title. A nice stamp on the back shows it was exhibited at the M.G.M. Amateur Camera Club.
The photograph is notable for the bright white of the sides of the ship, and the deep browns of the underside and the logs on which it rests.
- Yonkers, New York
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- Fine Art
- Fred W. Archer
- 1920's [?]
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