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George Tice (b. 1938)

Hayfork, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1968

palladium print

A lifetime New Jersey resident and largely self-taught, George Tice is credited with reviving the nearly-lost platinum printing process and creating exquisitely toned images on hand-coated papers from 8x10 negatives. Tice's major portfolios explore American life and American landscape, both urban and rural, with sensitivity and technical mastery. He helped establish the Witkin Gallery in New York, one of the first successful dealers in fine art photography in the U.S. Tice's work is collected world-wide.