GEORGE TICE (AMERICAN, b. 1938)
George Tice is one of the finest photographers of his time. He is best known for his large format black and white photographs of New Jersey, focusing on American suburban and rural landscapes. Tice was born in Newark, New Jersey, and self-trained as a photographer. He is a master printer as well, printing for Edward Steichen as well as the portfolios of Frederick H. Evans and Edward Weston. His work is included in major museum collections around the world including the Museum of Modern Art, the Metroplitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago and he has published many books of photographs, including Fields of Peace: A Pennsylvania German Album (1970), Paterson, New Jersey (1972), Seacoast Maine: People and Places (1973), Urban Landscapes: A New Jersey Portrait (1975), and Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage (1988). He received the Lucie Awards "Lifetime Achievement" in the fall of 2015.