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Inspired by the poem cycle 'Les Fenêtres', by Rainer Maria Rilke. This barred window is part of a Bridewell, or House Of Correction, built in 1787 on the site of an old Leper Hospital, to incarcerate petty criminals. This Bridewell, in Norfolk, has remained almost untouched since its closure in 1861, the dim interior and sinister atmosphere powerfully suggestive of its dark history. Shot on 35mm film in the summer of 2016

The edition size is 7. Archival C-Type print with a wide border for mounting/framing. Signed and numbered on the front in the border, and coming with a certificate of authenticity.

Sold unmounted/unframed. Please get in touch if you wish to discuss mounting and framing options.

Also available as a 24x16 inch print from an edition of 10, and a 45x30 inch print from an edition of 3. Please contact me for pricing and availability of these.

Unmounted C-Type prints are produced using a traditional photochemical process, with true photographic paper exposed from the digital scan and then developed. The gallery-quality archival paper used is selected by me as appropriate to the particular photograph from papers manufactured by Fuji, Kodak and Ilford. All prints come with a wide border for easy mounting and framing.

Additional images simulated and for illustration purposes only.

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Gallery-quality archival photographic paper

The Edge Of Existence - Unmounted (30x20in) (2016)

$317.60

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