333 SAINTS: print size and pricing information

You can view most (though not all) of the photographs available for sale from the project “333 Saints: A Life of Scholarship in Timbuktu” in this portfolio slideshow: http://www.alexandrahuddleston.com/333saints/

A PDF contact sheet of all the images for sale is available upon request.

 

Size, edition and pricing list:

(the prices below do not include shipping)

Color photographs from "333 Saints"

19" by 13" (paper size)/ 12" by 8" (image size) - limited edition of 5 + 2 aritist's proofs: $300 each

22" by 17" (paper size)/ 18.5" by 12.5" (images size) - limited edition of 5 + 2 aritist's proofs: $550 each

 

Black and White photographs from "333 Saints"

19" by 13" (paper size)/ 12" by 9.5" (image size) - limited edition of 5 + 2 aritist's proofs: $300 each

22" by 17" (paper size)/ 17" by 13.5" (images size) - limited edition of 5 + 2 aritist's proofs: $550 each

36" by 29.5" (paper size)/ 30" by 23.5" (images size) - limited edition of 5 + 2 aritist's proofs: $700 each

[And, I must add that the black and white images really do look fabulous at that largest size!]

 

More details:

All prints are numbered, signed, and printed on archival, 100% cotton baryta paper.

The number of prints still available depends on the image chosen.  Some images are already sold out in a particular size, while others are not.

Not all prints are available immediately.  I will tell you the estimated time frame within which you can expect to receive the work once I know the photographs that you are interested in.

 

Shipping charges depend on the print size and destination.  Shipping charges will be added to the prices listed above.

Payment for the prints (including the shipping charges) is due before the work is shipped.

Payment will be made through Paypal to the email I will provide you, instead of using the Paypal buttons.

 

Prints from this project are in numerous private collections as well as the following institutions:

British Library, London, United Kingdom

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington DC

Michigan State University, Residential College in the Arts and Humanities, East Lansing, MI

New York University, New York, NY

Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of African Art, Eliot Elisofon Photo Archives, Washington DC

United States Embassy, Bamako, Mali

 

This should cover most issues, but do ask if you have any additional questions!

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