Ansel Adams, arguably the bestknown 20th-century photographer, was a master of light and landscapes. Starting next week, 120 images, selected from the largest private collection of his work, will be showcased in Toronto at the Art Gallery of Ontario. The show, which runs until Feb. 4, includes
stunning, rarely seen images along with the iconic black-and-white landscapes (many captured in Yosemite National Park) that made him famous. John Intini
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