Tom Baril

Tom Baril, Apples

Three Apples, 2002, Toned gelatin silver print from a collodion negative, signed and numbered 23/36 by the photographer on the verso, 23 1/4 x 18″

(American 1952-) The photographs of Tom Baril range in subject matter from dreamy images of forest and falling water to the views found among the urban structures of New York, to the highly arranged still life of organic objects, each pursuit possessing an intimate beauty and masterful attention to sensuous printmaking. Baril’s photographs are in numerous important public and private collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Brooklyn Museum New York, The Fogg Museum, Harvard University, and The Center For Creative Photography, Tucson.