Charles is one of the most innovative photographers in history. He trained and worked with Ansel Adams in the early 1970's and then progressed into uncharted photographic areas in platinum, solarization and Cibachrome. He is a well-known photographer as well with over fifty solo exhibitions since 1959. Chuck was born in 1935 in Des Moines, Iowa. Due to dementia, Chuck is no longer printing photography and his world class Platinum, Silver and Cibachrome darkroom has been disassembled. The limited remaining photographs are being sold at this time. As this was one of a kind platinum and Cibachrome studio in the world and these photographs were very difficult produce, when these remaining images are sold, there will be no more production of these images. Chuck's photographic work has been features in numerous leading photographic magazines such as Rangefinder, Camera and Arts and many other publications. This photograph is an original printed, numbered and signed by Charles Henningsen in his photographic studio in Taos, New Mexico. This print is being sold by the Henningsen Family.
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Chuck Henningsen Original Cibachrome Print, Fall Leaves, Zion National Park, UT 1989
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