Lone Tree, North Canyon is a dust grain photogravure printed from the copper plate on Somerset paper. The image was made in a remote side canyon of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon accessed by whitewater kayak. The lone standing tree has since fallen.


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Jon Goodman may be considered the catalyst in the modern revival of the photogravure process. His landscape and still life prints have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Outside of the U.S. he has had solo exhibitions in Scotland, France, and Switzerland. His work has been collected by many museums, among them the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museé de l’Élysée (Lausanne, Switzerland), and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (Paris). In 2005, Goodman published Photography in High Places: The Work of Bradford Washburn. This lavish portfolio, printed in an edition of 100 (10 of which are limited Chine-collé), represents Goodman’s foray into the publishing marketplace.

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Lone Tree, North Canyon, Grand Canyon, 1991
Dust grain photogravure on paper
10.5 x 13 in (26.67 x 33.02 cm) - Dimensions refer to frame
31 of 60
Courtesy of Louis Corrigan
Signed on verso at LR

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Lone Tree, North Canyon, Grand Canyon
  • Dimensions
    10.5 x 13 in (26.67 x 33.02 cm) - Dimensions refer to frame