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A1 Loch Leven Pap of Glencoe, Scotland - A1 Unframed Scottish

$258

A1 Loch Leven Pap of Glencoe, Scotland - A1 Unframed Scottish

Image: quot;Loch Levenquot; - Loch Leven Pap of Glencoe at sunset, 15 April 2015 - by award-winning Scotland photographer Neil Barr

Open edition Giclèe photographic print on 100% cotton rag smooth matt fine art paper with UltraChrome K3 Inks. This is the same paper we use for printing work for gallery exhibitions. The smooth surface and soft velvet feel give the print an almost painterly quality. As the paper does not use any optical brighteners, the image is guaranteed to be lightfast for 100+ years in normal viewing conditions.

Printed quality checked by the artist, signed titled (on the front) with inscription signature on the back. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.

Supplied wrapped, rolled in a tube and with a signed label for the back of your frame.

Printed on A1 size fine art paper. Image roughly 78x52cm. Paper size roughly 84x58cm.

Watermark not included on finished print. All sizes approx. Colours may vary slightly due to differences in monitor displays.

Printed to order by specialist printing companies. Production time 1-2 weeks.

For other sizes including framed versions, please check out our full range of prints and also our range of superb greeting cards and calendars.

Images © Neil Barr, NB Photography. All rights reserved. No unauthorised use without prior consent.

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A1 Loch Leven Pap of Glencoe, Scotland - A1 Unframed Scottish

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