George Tice (1938) is an Americanphotographer best known for his large-format black-and-white photographs of New Jersey, New York, and the Amish. Tice was born in Newark, New Jersey,
and self-trained as a photographer. His work is included in major
museum collections around the world and he has published many books of
photographs, including Fields of Peace: A Pennsylvania German Album (1970), Paterson, New Jersey (1972), Seacoast Maine: People and Places (1973), Urban Landscapes: A New Jersey Portrait (1975), "Lincoln" (1984),Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage
(1988), "Urban Landscapes" (2002), "Paterson II" (2006), "Urban
Romantic" (1982), and "George Tice: Selected Photographs 1953-1999"
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