"Edge of Spring, Tulips And Forget-Me-Nots"
Panorama : Photograph Print on Fuji Paper
Size : 20x30 in | 51x76 cm
Framed : 27x37 in | 69x94 cm
Edition : From the edition of 1500MOTIVATED SELLERREDUCEDFAVORITEWELL PRICED
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Framed with GlassMahogany
Purchased fromGallery 2005
Provenance / HistoryPurchased from the Images of Nature Gallery in Kirkland, Washington.
Story / Additional InfoArtist: Recreated in the likeness of Mother Nature, a harmonious planting of tulips and forget-me-nots offer a sense of beauty and tranquility to those who visit the Queen Elizabeth Park. Built on an extinct volcano site, rich soil and a position 501 feet above the city offer optimal conditions for growing a variety of flowers. Mirroring the royal air of neighboring Victoria Island, the park was built in honor of a visit in 1951 from England's Queen Elizabeth and King George.
Certificate of AuthenticityThomas D. Mangelsens Images of Nature
Thomas Mangelsen - United States
Art Brokerage: Thomas D. Mangelsen American Photographer: Thomas D. Mangelsen spent his formative years along the banks of the Platte River hunting and fishing, Tom Mangelsen's understanding of the natural world stems from a childhood rich in outdoor adventures. Tom grew up exploring the Nebraska landscape with his brothers Bill, David, and Hal, many times at their father Harold's side. Handcrafting his first frames with David in their garage, Tom bucked convention of what was traditionally considered "art" and opened his first gallery in Jackson, Wyoming in 1978, featuring signed, limited edition prints in the tradition of wildlife artists such as Owen Gromme, an early mentor. Garnering attention from early collectors led to more exhibitions; his work is now offered in sixteen Images of Nature galleries across the United States. Tom's accolades and critical acclaim range from being named BBC's "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" in 1994 and the North American Nature Photographer's "Outstanding Nature Photographer of the Year" in 2000, to the recipient of a Royal Photographic Society Honorary Fellowship in 2002. In 2005, he was named "One of the 100 Most Important People in Photography" by American Photo Magazine, one of only two wildlife-environmental photographers selected for the list. Tom's photography has also been published in leading magazines such as Audubon, National Geographic, Life, Wildlife Art and National Wildlife and featured on television programs from The Today Show and Good Morning America, to CNN's World News and ABC's World News Tonight with Peter Jennings. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.