The works displayed on the website are available for sale.
All works are limited editions of 20 copies. On the back bearing the identification code and work with the certificate of authenticity issued by the author is attached.
- 30x45 --- 125 €
- 40x60 --- 150 €
- 50x75 --- 175 €
- 60x90 --- 200 €
2.- Paper Type
Canson Baryta Photographique is a true Baryta paper developed for inkjet technology. It consists of a base without acid alphacellulose and pure white. The paper is coated with the same barite sulfate applied to traditional photographic paper and an emulsion of "coated" to set the inks microporous with surprising accuracy and resolution.
Canson Baryta Photographique offers the look of traditional fiber paper has been developed in accordance with the ISO 9706 standard conservation to meet the highest demands in terms of aging resistance.
This museum quality paper provides excellent black density and high resolution, making it ideal for photography support.
Features and Benefits
- Optimized for pigmented inks
- Instant dry
- Complies with ISO 9706 standard for maximum longevity of prints
- Alkaline reserve to prevent deterioration due to the action of the atmosphere (CO2 , Ozone, etc ...) moisture or aggressive fumes.
- Certificate no acid to prevent degradation of the paper.
- Aluminum profile
- Wood profile
Framing is not included in the price of the work, ask about the different types that are available .
The sizes are 3:2 formats, these may vary depending on the original format of the work, the author informed when purchasing the actual proportion of each work.
The works by its front come totally clean of marks or signatures of the author.
The works always carry a white border around the perimeter of 5mm which adds to the overall measure, in case you want to remove it exceeds or want to contact.
Shipping charges are not included and will vary according to the destination and means you choose.
Average delivery time is around two weeks from placing the order.
You only have to contact us through the form on the page or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org asking your specifications.