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New Beginnings: California Since Its Inception

August 29, 2019

Exhibition

“California: New Beginnings”, on view at Scott Nichols Gallery in Sonoma Square, Sonoma is a survey of California landscape since its inception c. 1851. It features photographs of California by photographers such as Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Carleton Watkins, Imogen Cunningham, George Tice, Jim Banks  & George A. Johnson. 

©Ben Nixon Yosemite, Homage to Carleton (North Dome, Royal Arches) 2009, printed 2011

Scott Nichols, a Southern California native, has been a private dealer since 1980. He is considered one of the experts on Group f/64 and California photography. The gallery opened in 1992 and houses one of the largest private collections of f/64 photographs as well as an extensive inventory of photographs by classic photographers such as Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, Imogen Cunningham, Ruth Bernhard, Wynn Bullock, William Garnett and George Tice. 

©Imogen Cunningham Rummage Sale no. 2 1949

New Beginnings: California

July 25th – August 31st, 2019
Scott Nichols Gallery
450 1st St E Suite G
Sonoma, CA 95476

http://www.scottnicholsgallery.com

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