Christmastide ; Jaquish, Richard; c.a. 1970; 1971:0128:9999

From

Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop

Name/Title

Christmastide

About this object

Photographer Richard Jaquish (1933-1999) is known for creating beautiful and spiritual landscape photos. The photographer loved connecting with nature and the elements that captured the human spirit. Jaquish was trained at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) throughout the 1950s. In the 1960s after he graduated he began teaching—eventually moving to Baltimore and teaching at the Maryland Institute of College Art. Following 18 years of teaching the art of photograph, he left to become a full-time professional photographer—working at the Maryland State Department of Transportation. Depicted in the image is the frost of winter.

Maker

Jaquish, Richard

Maker Role

Photographer

Format

Photograph

Date Made

c.a. 1970

Medium and Materials

Silver Chlorobromide

Inscription and Marks

verso: [pencil] Richard Jaquish verso: [pencil] J36verso: [pencil] AW 71:128

Measurements

image: 12.1 cm x 9.6 cm

overall: 17 cm x 13.7 cm

Subject and Association Keywords

20th Century Photography

Subject and Association Keywords

1970s

Subject and Association Keywords

winter frost

Subject and Association Keywords

Silver Chlorobromide

Subject and Association Keywords

Richard Jaquish

Credit Line

gift of Alice Wells

Object Type

Print

Object number

1971:0128:9999

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