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Intimate Landscapes: Photographs

Intimate Landscapes: Photographs

Porter, Eliot
144 pages
56 illustrations
8.75 x 11.75 in
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Intimate Landscapes, an exhibition of fifty-five color photographs by Eliot Porter, is the first one-man exhibition of color photographs ever presented at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Works by Eliot Porter entered the Museum's collection as far back as 1949, when Georgia O'Keeffe presented from the Estate of Alfred Stieglitz an important collection of photographs assembled by Stieglitz himself. This collection included three early black and white prints by Eliot Porter, one of which is reproduced in this catalogue.

All the photographs in the present exhibition brilliantly reflect the standards of excellence that are Eliot Porter's greatest contribution to the field of color photography. Upon seeing these photographs, the viewer is immediately struck by the artist's distinctly individual and intimate interpretation of the natural world.

Eliot Porter

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Porter, Eliot. 1979. Intimate Landscapes: Photographs. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.