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Copper TreeBy Louise O'Gorman

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US$ 330

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2020

Giclée Print, Giclee print on hahnemüle museum grade paper

Edition of 50

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Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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This item ships from United Kingdom

Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped rolled


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Artist Statement

About the Artwork :
This is a manipulated photograph using traditional darkroom techniques.
See close up detail images for gold and copper tones.

About the Print:
The photograph is printed on Fine Art Matte Hahnemühle Paper.
Image sizes include a small white border for mounting.
The print is stamped and numbered on the back. Each print comes with a signed, stamped and numbered certificate of authenticity.
This is a Limited Edition Print. Once the number of copies stated is sold, this photograph will no longer be for sale.

Shipping and delivery:
Shipping costs vary depending on size and address. All work is sent with a track and trace number using a recognised postal service.
Photographs up to 30x40cm are carefully packaged in a clear archival sleeve are sent in a rigid cardboard envelope using an envelope stiffener to avoid any bending.
Prints larger than 30x40cm are wrapped in archival tissue for protection and are sent in a wide 100mm diameter tube.
The prints come packaged together with your signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity. Each print comes with an image description including brief framing advice, a postcard and a sticky label for the back of your framed print.

 



Artist Profile

Hometown: Dublin
Based in: London

Louise is a photographer from Ireland. She studied Photography in Dublin, Barcelona, and the UK. She holds a BA Hons in Photography from Nottingham Trent University. Her work is influenced by early photographic techniques. She plays with natural light, long exposures, shadows, and reflections. She is inspired by traditional painting …

 

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