The Photographs of Rod Dresser
Photographs and text by Rod Dresser, Introduction by Dale Stulz
Rod Dresser, a leading California photographer and one of Ansel Adams’ last students, is acclaimed for the remarkable quality of his prints and for his perceptive and popular workshops.
For this volume, he has selected 23 eloquent photographs—a diverse range of landscape, architectural, still life and figure studies. Each is presented with a carefully chosen visual detail, as well as the full image, superlatively reproduced and accompanied by the artist’s commentary on his choices and artistic techniques.
Dresser’s photos are widely collected and in major collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Los Angeles County Museum.
|quot;[Dresser] reduc[es] a subject to it inherent elegance of form.|quot;~From the introduction by Dale Stulz, founder of Photography Department, Christie's New York
100 pages, 11-5/8|quot; x 10-|frac12;|quot;, 43 duotones, phtographer‘s notes. Published by Limited Editions Press.
ISBN 1-930210-01-9 cloth