☛ The Metropolitan Museum of Art: “Autumn Maple” by Sakai Ôho (1808–1841), hanging scroll, ink and color on silk, image is 45 1/2″ x 16 5/16″, Gitter-Yelen Collection. Description from the MET’s website: As is the case with many painting traditions, the Rinpa repertory of themes was maintained through the practice of copying the work […]
A short summary of the history of the Los Alamos Project created by American photographer William Eggleston, from the moment the photographs were taken to the first time they were actually exhibited, forty years later.
☛ Evidence 1944-1994 by Richard Avedon, Random House, 1994, p. 86: “Detail of Avedon’s instruction to the printer” [Amazon] There are two things interesting to notice about those famous “instructions”: There are two different versions of them (for the same photo). The one shown above, published in Evidence 1944-1994 and the one shown below published […]