Cloudscape photography is
photographyof clouds or sky.
An early cloudscape photographer, Belgian photographer Léonard Misonne (1870-1943), was noted for his black and white photographs of heavy skies and dark clouds. [ [http://www.artnet.com/artist/679993/leonard-misonne.html Artnet.com] ]
In the early to middle 20th century, American photographer
Alfred Stieglitz(1864–1946) created a series of photographs of clouds, called "equivalents" (1925-1931). According to an essay on the series at the Phillips Collectionwebsite, "A symbolist aesthetic underlies these images, which became increasingly abstract equivalents of his own experiences, thoughts, and emotions." [ [http://www.phillipscollection.org/american_art/artwork/Stieglitz-Equivalent_Series1.htm Phillips Collection] ] More recently, photographers such as Ralph Steiner, Robert Davies, and Tzeli Hadjidimitriouhave been noted for producing such images.
Aerial landscape art
*Davies, Robert; Christopher Bucklow; Lisbon (Portugal). Arquivo Fotográfico Municipal. (Lisboa,
Portugal: Câmara Municipal, Cultura : Arquivo fotográfico, 1997) ISBN 972-97226-2-5 [Worldcat subject headings include "Davies, Robert" and "Photography of clouds"]
Smith College. Museum of Art. ( Albuquerque, N.M.: Distributed by the University of New MexicoPress, © 1985) ISBN 0-9615132-0-9 [Photography of clouds]
*Time fading into clouds | O χρόνος χάθηκε στα σύννεφα. Texts from: N. Vatopoulos, N. Chronas, Tz. Hadjidimitriou, Metaichmio, 2003, ISBN 9603756342
* [http://www.cloudappreciationsociety.org/ Official Home Page of Cloud Appreciation Society]
* [http://blindspot.com/artists/index.php?id=davies_robert Image of a cloudscape photo by Robert Davies, entitled "Antimony"] , featured in "Blindspot" magazine.
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