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A3 Prints from my galleries


Limited Edition large print, Approximately A3, by Ivor Rackham.

SKU: A3 Print Category:

Please visit my galleries and take note of the gallery name and the photo number shown beneath the . (For example The Fragility of Trees 2/21)

These photographic prints measure 16.5 inches by 11.7 inches; approximately A3. They are printed on the highest quality gallery class paper and in a 2″ plain black handmade wooden frame (other frames available on request). Usually sold heat-mounted to prevent the paper warping and behind non-reflective glass, it is also available as an unmounted print. Larger prints of this image are available, please contact me for a quote.

I restrict the print runs on all my large images. My reason for this? I believe that people deserve exclusive, contemporary and valuable photographic art. People want uniqueness. This is not only as an investment but also because it helps make their homes look fantastic. The print run limitation for this image is just 25 copies of A3 and above. That restriction makes my work sought after.

Printed on the finest quality paper, Fuji Crystal DP II, I use an award-winning photographic laboratory. I usually supply  my large prints in frames, therefore any risk of damage to the print during framing is mine. I use a top-quality professional framer for that work.

Because of the high quality paper and print, I expect at least 80 years of life without degradation, assuming normal room temperatures and humidity and no direct sunlight. My framed prints are guaranteed against manufacturing defects for five years, unframed prints for one.

Due to changing aspect ratios of different sizes of paper, the images may be carefully cropped to fit the paper.

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