Thirty-nine fine art photographs from a noted private collection are offered for sale.
You still have an opportunity to purchase photographs from the collection of the late Bob Rogers.
Unsold prints are still available.
Print prices begin at under $300.00. Works in the sale include prints by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Keith Carter, Lotte Jacobi, Danny Lyon, Arthur Tress, and Jerry Uelsmann.
The event is not an auction. All prints are sold at 50% of their estimated value. Sample images from the sale and information about Bob Rogers, New Hampshire College of Art, and the New Hampshire College of Art Photography Collection is posted below.
Unsold images can be viewed here.
Simiane-la-Rotonde, 1969, printed later
Gelatin silver print
9 1/4 x 14 inches
Estimated value: $18,000
About Bob Rogers and The Bob Rogers Collection
Robert Rogers (September 5, 1944 – November 6, 2013), one of New Hampshire’s pre-eminent photography collectors, began taking photographs at the age of six, and started collecting photographs when photography was not considered a serious art form back in the late 60’s. In 1967, Bob visited the home of renowned photographer Edward Steichen who helped him to appreciate photography as a great artist medium. Bob also came to know and befriend the prominent Boston photographer John Brooks who had a studio on Newbury Street. Bob always had a tremendous eye for photography, purchasing works that he loved, rather than works solely because they were attributed to well known artists. Two years ago, the Institute exhibited work from Bob’s remarkable collection. Bob recently donated exceptional works by photography legend Dorothea Lange and New Hampshire artists Lotte Jacobi and Hope Zanes. His indelible friendship to the New Hampshire Institute of Art continues through the extraordinary photos he has gifted to the Institute. The Bob Rogers Collection is made up largely of photographs exploring portraiture, and the human condition. Most of these exquisitely printed images were created in the darkroom using the gelatin silver printing processes and serve as some of the finest examples of photographic art created in the 20th century.
The Letter Box, from Camera Notes, 1894/1897
7 1/2 x 5 3/4 inches
Estimated value: $1,500.00
About New Hampshire Institute of Art Photography Collection
The Institute offers one of the finest collections of photographic resources in the United States. The John Teti Photography Rare Book Collection includes over 2,000 rare books, periodicals, prints and documents illustrating the history of photography dating back to the 19th century. In 2010, Thomas L. Adams, Jr. donated a large number of works by emerging and major well-known photographers from his personal collection to help establish the Adams Center for Photographic Research & Study. Mr. Adams’ extraordinary collection promotes research, study and appreciation of photography as a fine art. Recently, the Institute received additional photographic works from generous donors Jim Fitts and Douglas Prince.
About the New Hampshire Institute of Art
Founded in 1898, the mission of the New Hampshire Institute of Art is to engage students, artists, scholars, and the community in the arts through quality education, outreach and access to creative resources, with a focus on the present and a vision of the future. NHIA offers a BFA in Ceramics, Creative Writing, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interdisciplinary Arts, Photography, and Art Education. Graduate study is also available in the Master of Arts in Art Education (MAEA) as well as in the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) programs in Studio Art, Creative Writing, Photography, and Scriptwriting for Stage and Screen. The Institute offers public exhibitions and lectures featuring renowned artists, and offers children’s art education and adult continuing education courses at both the main campus in Manchester and the Sharon Arts Center in Peterborough/Sharon.
Lighting Up, West End, Boston, 1954
Gelatin Silver Print
11 x 14 inches
Estimated value: $2,000.00