George Tice
Newark (New Jersey, USA), 1938
His body of work has continually focused on the American landscape. He began photographing at the age of 14, when he joined the Carteret Camera Club. He briefly studied commercial photography at Newark Vocational and Technical High School. At sixteen he left high school to work as a darkroom assistant for a Newark portrait studio. A year later he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, serving as a photographer's mate. In 1959, a published image he made of an explosion aboard the USS Wasp caught the eye of photographer Edward Steichen, who as director of photography at the Museum of Modern Art, acquired the print for the museum’s collection. Especially well known as a master printer, Tice printed for artists like Edward Steichen as well as printing the portfolios of such artists as Frederick H. Evans and Edward Weston.
George Tice
Paterson II
The Quantuck Lane Press, New York, USA, 2006
A.D. Coleman
pages 132
dimensions 22.5 × 25 cm, hardcover with jacket
language English
ISBN 978-1-593-72022-3
George A. Tice
Photographs 1953 - 1973
Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, 1975

pages 127
first edition
dimensions 27.5 × 23.5 cm, hardcover with jacket
language English
ISBN 0-8135-0793-6