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PAUL CAPONIGRO Beautiful Classic Leaf in Ice 1958

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PAUL CAPONIGRO Beautiful Classic Leaf in Ice 1958

Lot 4183 Details

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PAUL CAPONIGRO. Leaf in Ice, Nahant, Mass./i>, 1958. 7.8x9.5" gelatin silver print, mounted on 14x17". Printed c. 1980. Signed in pencil on mount recto.

Sold for the benefit of the Maine Coast Heritage Trust from the Estate of Jonathan Stein. Jonathan Stein was a collector with a fine sense of connoisseurship and with Daniel Wolf was a co-publisher of 4 Eliot Porter portfolios.

Caponigro is known as one of a handful of late 20th Century legendary image maker who are even better black and white print makers.

Born in Boston in 1932, Paul Caponigro is one of America's foremost landscape photographers. While he became interested in photography at age of thirteen, he also had a strong passion for music; he studied at Boston University College of Music in 1950 before deciding to focus on photography at the California School of Fine Art, where Ansel Adams had established one of the first photography programs in the United States. Despite the shift from music to photography early in his artistic career, Caponigro remains a dedicated piano player who believes that his musical training and insight influences his photographic imagery. Caponigro is best known for his interest in natural forms, landscapes, and still lives. His subjects include Stonehenge and other Celtic megaliths of England and Ireland; the temples, shrines and sacred gardens of Japan; and the deep mystical woodland of New England. His had his first solo exhibition at the George Eastman House in 1958 and his work has been shown in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. Throughout the 1960s he was a part-time teacher at Boston University while consulting on various technical research projects with the Polaroid Corporation. He has received two Guggenheim Fellowships and three National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grants. In recognition of a career spanning nearly seventy years and a sustained, significant contribution to the art of photography, Caponigro was awarded The Royal Photographic Society's Centenary Medal and Honorary Fellowship in 2001.
Renske van Leeuwen

Credit: https://www.icp.org/browse/archive/constituents/paul-caponigro
Condition
Excellent. Minor wear.
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PAUL CAPONIGRO Beautiful Classic Leaf in Ice 1958

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Sep 21
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4183: PAUL CAPONIGRO Beautiful Classic Leaf in Ice 1958

Sold for $600
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Est. $800 - $1,200Starting Price $400
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Lot 4183 Details

Description
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PAUL CAPONIGRO. Leaf in Ice, Nahant, Mass./i>, 1958. 7.8x9.5" gelatin silver print, mounted on 14x17". Printed c. 1980. Signed in pencil on mount recto.

Sold for the benefit of the Maine Coast Heritage Trust from the Estate of Jonathan Stein. Jonathan Stein was a collector with a fine sense of connoisseurship and with Daniel Wolf was a co-publisher of 4 Eliot Porter portfolios.

Caponigro is known as one of a handful of late 20th Century legendary image maker who are even better black and white print makers.

Born in Boston in 1932, Paul Caponigro is one of America's foremost landscape photographers. While he became interested in photography at age of thirteen, he also had a strong passion for music; he studied at Boston University College of Music in 1950 before deciding to focus on photography at the California School of Fine Art, where Ansel Adams had established one of the first photography programs in the United States. Despite the shift from music to photography early in his artistic career, Caponigro remains a dedicated piano player who believes that his musical training and insight influences his photographic imagery. Caponigro is best known for his interest in natural forms, landscapes, and still lives. His subjects include Stonehenge and other Celtic megaliths of England and Ireland; the temples, shrines and sacred gardens of Japan; and the deep mystical woodland of New England. His had his first solo exhibition at the George Eastman House in 1958 and his work has been shown in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. Throughout the 1960s he was a part-time teacher at Boston University while consulting on various technical research projects with the Polaroid Corporation. He has received two Guggenheim Fellowships and three National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grants. In recognition of a career spanning nearly seventy years and a sustained, significant contribution to the art of photography, Caponigro was awarded The Royal Photographic Society's Centenary Medal and Honorary Fellowship in 2001.
Renske van Leeuwen

Credit: https://www.icp.org/browse/archive/constituents/paul-caponigro
Condition
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Excellent. Minor wear.

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