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Capturing Landscape--Krannert Art Museum, May 26, 2018 to Oct 20, 2018: Artists F-Z

This guide provides additional resources and information on the artists and objects included in the exhibition Capturing Landscape.

About the Artists

Find resources below related to the artists whose works have been included in the exhibition. The library does not have books on all of the artists; if you would like to find more information on a particular artist in the exhibition, please contact the Ricker Library and we will do our best to find articles or other resources that might be useful. 

Robert Flick

Lee Friedlander

Lee Friedlander, New Mexico, 1972, Gelatin Silver Print, Baltimore Museum of Art. Courtesy of ARTstor.

Joseph David Jachna

Joseph D. Jachna, Door County, Wisconsin, Night, 1971, gelatin silver print, Smithsonian American Art Museum, ©1971, Joseph D. Jachna, Transfer from the National Endowment for the Arts, 1983.63.824

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson, Classic Landscape, 1971, Gelatin Silver Print, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. Courtesy of ARTstor

Richard Meisinger

Art Sinsabaugh

Art Sinsabaugh, Illinois Landscapes 5-36A Overall view of image, 1980/1992The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Allan Chasanoff Photographic Collection, Courtesy of ARTstor

Charles H. Traub

Charles Traub, Veracruz, Mexico, 1981Chromogenic print, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona Gift of the Aaron Siskind Estate. Courtesy of ARTstor

Paul Vanderbilt

Paul Vanderbilt, Untitled

Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol, Colorado SkiersBlack and white photograph on paper, Colby College Museum of Art. Courtesy of ARTstor

Brett Weston

Brett Weston, Alaska,1973, gelatin silver print, Smithsonian American Art Museum, © 1973, Brett Weston, Transfer from the National Endowment for the Arts, 1983.63.1657

Edward Weston

Edward Weston, Untitled, ca. 1947,  Silver dye bleach print, Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. Courtesy of ARTstor