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Lisa Holden - Night Forest (from Series
Lisa Holden
Night Forest (from Series "Constructed Landscapes")
$6,500
Lisa Holden - Pine Forest (from Series
Lisa Holden
Pine Forest (from Series "Constructed Landscapes")
$6,500
Walter Holt - Woodlot
Walter Holt
Woodlot
$600
Emil Otto Hoppé - Trees
Emil Otto Hoppé
Trees
$2,000
Ted Jones - Virginia Landscape #5 (Tree in Snow)
Ted Jones
Virginia Landscape #5 (Tree in Snow)
$1,500
Andre Kertesz - Untitled, September 1, 1919 (Trees and Garden)
Andre Kertesz
Untitled, September 1, 1919 (Trees and Garden)
$17,000
André Kertész - Washington Square, Day and at Night (Two Oversized Prints)
André Kertész
Washington Square, Day and at Night (Two Oversized Prints)
P.O.R.
Dora Maar - Untitled (Tall Tree Row on street Side)
Dora Maar
Untitled (Tall Tree Row on street Side)
$6,500
Charles Marville (dit), Charles-François Bossu - Pont de Rochers, Bois de Boulogne
Charles Marville (dit), Charles-François Bossu
Pont de Rochers, Bois de Boulogne
$5,000
Charles Marville (dit), Charles-François Bossu - Trees
Charles Marville (dit), Charles-François Bossu
Trees
$6,500
Richard Crump Miller - Knarled Tree
Richard Crump Miller
Knarled Tree
$2,000
Albert Monier - Chestnut Tree Leaves
Albert Monier
Chestnut Tree Leaves
$2,000
By Alex Novak
 
"I think I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree."
 
"If you've seen one tree, you've seen them all."
Alfred Eisenstaedt -- Trees in Snow, near Saint-Moritz, Switzerland
Charles Marville -- Trees

Well guess again, Joyce Kilmer and Spiro Agnew: here are 28 great and very different images of trees that you can feast your eyes on--and actually own.


The poetic photographs in this for-sale exhibition date from the 1850s to contemporary work, and range from Atget's trees of Paris to Lisa Holden's "Constructed Landscape", a digital representation of a forest. Please take a look at the forest AND the trees (very Zen that).


Whatever it is--organic magnetism, an easily photographed non-moving subject or the graphic qualities of sprawling limbs, images of trees have been captured by photographers from the very origins of photography. From Talbot and De Prangey, in calotype or daguerreotype, trees have been the object of photographic attention since the 1830s.


Alfred Eisenstaedt -- Trees in Snow, near Saint-Moritz, Switzerland
Alfred Eisenstaedt -- Trees in Snow, near Saint-Moritz, Switzerland
The photographers in this Special Exhibit encompass the important and the unknown, including Joel D. Levinson, Alfred Eisenstadt, Jean-Eugene-Auguste Aget, Maurice Georges Chanu, Charles Marville, Josef Sudek, John Sexton, Aaron Siskind, Francis Bolton, and Barbara Morgan.


The prices are also pretty different--ranging from under $1,000 up to $25,000, so there should be something for every tree lover out there. Have you hugged a tree today?


Trees: Knock on Wood
About This Exhibit
Image List

Exhibited and Sold By
Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.

258 Inverness Circle
Chalfont, Pennsylvania   18914   USA

Contact Alex Novak and Marthe Smith

Email info@vintageworks.net

Phone +1-215-822-5662

Call for an Appointment

 

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