Dogwood Blossoms - Large Print Rolled
This beautiful Modern Replica is made using the very latest digital technologies to provide a large print-on-demand work of art.
These oversized prints are only available rolled, and will ship in a large protective tube.
- Print Type: Modern Replica
- Image Size: 30"x38" Rolled Only
- Print Preparation Time: These prints are produced on demand. Please allow up to 7 business days for printing and inspection
- Technical information on Ansel Adams Modern Replicas included
Caution: This media is very delicate. Please have a picture framing professional handle it directly from tube to frame.
Ansel Adams made this image with a 5" x 7" view camera in 1938, the year he trekked through the high sierra with Edward Weston. Depending upon the year, dogwoods typically peak during April or May in Yosemite , evoking bursts of starlight against the bare forest backdrop. This dramatic contrast prompted Adams to compose one of his only still-life images. To capture the 12 blossoms in this spectacular spray of dogwoods, he placed them atop a nearby rock covered with pine needles and lichen. The Sierra Club published "Dogwood Blossoms" in 1960 after Ansel Adams selected it, along with 15 other images, for inclusion in "Portfolio III, Yosemite Valley ." Later, Adams selected it for his Museum Set Collection, a retrospective portfolio of what he considered his strongest work. The image has been published in Classic Images , the book based on the Museum Set, Yosemite and the Range of Light (out of print) , Yosemite, The Portfolios of Ansel Adams, Yosemite and the High Sierra, and Ansel Adams Monograph (out of print)