Rare Philip Hyde Original Black and White Vintage Prints, Original Dye Transfer Prints, Original Cibachrome Prints and Archival Fine Art Digital Prints:
Philip Hyde’s Mountain Landscapes
Camera Obscura Gallery
1309 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204
Across from the Denver Art Museum
October 1–November 13, 2010. EXTENDED TO November 20.
Philip Hyde, American Landscape Photographer and Conservationist, b. 1921 d. 2006
Philip Hyde’s black and white prints were first exhibited at the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1950 in a two-man show with his California School of Fine Arts classmate Bob Hollingsworth. Later his photographs were exhibited with Minor White, and with the members of Group f64 who were his photography school instructors such as Edward Weston, Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Imogen Cunningham and other definers of the medium. Minor White, also curated several exhibitions of his work for major museums in the Eastern U. S. including George Eastman House and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Philip Hyde’s color prints have also been widely exhibited and collected by major national museums. His photographs are part of over 50 permanent collections.
For a complete description of the show and more information about Philip Hyde’s Mountain Landscapes at Camera Obscura Gallery see the blog post, “Vintage And Digital Prints Together In One Show.”