The thread on Hunington Witherall's work prompted me to wonder, how are Ansel Adams' former assistants and disciples doing in terms of getting shows and selling prints? When Adams' work is selling in the tens and hundreds of thousands, and you could argue that in terms of print quality, people like Alan Ross, Ted Orland, and Hunington Witherall [at least his silver work... ;-) ] can make a print every bit as good as Ansel, if not better, what are they selling their prints for? Can they make a living at it?
Which of the living grand tradition western landscape photographers -- William Clift, Capanigro, etc. -- is doing the best and getting the highest prices?