Just in $45 deal, Norsigian discovers Ansel Adams negatives of $200 Million
29 July, 2010
Los Angeles, California – Just in $45 deal, Norsigian discovers Ansel Adams negatives of $200 Million. Norsigian found an authentic collection of Late photographer Ansel Adam’s early work.
In Los Angeles Art gallery, Arnold Peter lawyer of Norsigian unveiled 60 photographic glass plate negatives of Ansel which cost $200 million.
These negatives reached to Rick Norsigian unknowingly when Mathew, Grandson of late Ansel sold a garage to him a decade ago.
Norsigian called many experts to prove that work is of Ansel Adam, eminent and popular photographer of America.
As per investigation, it is proved that work is of Ansel. Mathew appealed for Carbon dating test because he want to be sure that piece of work is of late Ansel or not. He said that he has no knowledge about negatives which were sold in just $45 of deal.
Expert Manny Medrano, hired by Norsigian, proved that negatives are work of Ansel Adam. Attorney Arnold Peter said that those 65 images were created by Ansel and all negatives are of 80 years old. Another writing analysists, Manny Medrano, also has confirmed that glass plate negatives are of Ansel Adam.
Besides it, those negatives showed the location of San Francisco and Yosemite, it will also help to find out query. On the other hand about the captured location, expert Robert Moeller said that Ansel was well aware and well visited those places and was quite sure that collection was created by Ansel Adam.