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Into the Woods: Trees in Photography

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  • On now until Sunday, 22 April 2018

  • Room 38a

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Trees have long been a source of inspiration for artists. This display explores the diverse representation of trees in photography – as botanical subjects and poetic symbols, in the context of the natural and human worlds.

Display Highlights

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Gustave Le Gray, In the Forest of Fontainbleau (Bas-Bréau), 1852. Museum no. 68007

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Royal Engineers, Cutting on the 49th Parallel, on the Right Bank of the Mooyie River Looking West, about 1860. Museum no. 40090

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Alfred Stieglitz, Poplars, Lake George, 1932 © Alfred Stieglitz, Gift of the Georgia O’Keeffe Foundation. Museum no. E.900-2003

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Ansel Adams, Aspens, Northern New Mexico, 1958. Museum no. PH.1376-1980. © Ansel Adams

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Gerhard Stromberg, Coppice (King’s Wood), 1994. Museum no. E.585-2001. © Gerhard Stromberg

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Mark Edwards, Rotting Apples from the series What Has Been Gathered Will Disperse, 2004. Museum no. E.399-2005. © Mark Edwards

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Tal Shochat, Rimon (Pomegranate), 2011. Museum no. E.1127-2012. © Tal Shochat

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Awoiska van der Molen, #274-5 from the series Sequester, 2011. Museum no. E.2646-2016. © Awoiska van der Molen

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Tokihiro Sato, Hakkoda #2, 2009. Museum no. E.691-2017. © Tokihiro Sato, Courtesy Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects

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Samuel Bourne, Poplar Avenue, Srinuggur, Kashmir, from the end, 1864. Museum no. 52971

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