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George A. Tice (1938-) is an American photographer, best known for his meticulously crafted black and white prints in silver gelatin and platinum, as well as his books, which depict a broad range of American life, landscape, and urban environment, mostly photographed in his native New Jersey, where he has lived all his life, except for his service in the U. S. Navy, a brief period in California, a fellowship in the United Kingdom, and summer workshops in Maine, where he taught at the Maine Photographic Workshops, now the Maine Media Workshops.
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Born 13 October 1938. Tice served as a Photographer's Mate in the United States Navy from 1956 to 1959. From 1960 to 1969, he worked as a home portrait photographer in West Orange, New Jersey. Tice became a freelance photographer in 1969, and since 1970, he has been an instructor at the New School for Social Research, New York City, New York. In 1967, Tice documented the town of Paterson, New Jersey. He also produced a portfolio entitled "The Amish", illustrating Pennsylvania German country life in 1968.
Artist, Teacher, Photographer
George A. Tice, George Tice, George Andrew Tice
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