Museum quality prints for sale
Special limited edition prints offer - all proceeds will support
the LOGS legal challenge to save Calderstones Park in Liverpool.
Prints are B&W infra-red photographs of trees made between April
and June 2018. These images are a selection of trees planned to
be removed or damaged if a housing development is allowed to proceed
on the green space at Beechley, Harthill and Calderstones Park.
105 trees are planned to be removed from the site.
These 24x24 inch (60x60cm) prints are £200 each. Alternatively
prints can be framed with a reduced white border to fit a 20x20
inch frame also at £200 - framed prints are only available
for delivery in Liverpool.
Add £15 for delivery per print to post outside of Liverpool
and within the UK.
These fine art prints are only available in a limited edition of
12 prints for each image. Only the first 6 prints, for each image,
are available at this price offer.
For print orders please quote the reference number located beneath
your chosen images. Payment details below.
This discount price offer is until 30 November 2018 - after this
date prints will not be available at this price.
John Davies is a well-known landscape photographer who has made
these signed and numbered prints. He has exhibited in museums and
art galleries throughout Europe and the USA. His work has been collected
widely and purchased by numerous art institutions such as the V&A
Museum in London, Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Museum of Modern
Art in New York.
Reference numbers and tree details will only be written on back
of print. Images and print paper size, as illustrated below, are
All prints are made to archival standards for permanence and are
printed with pigment inks on 100% cotton rag paper (Hahnemuhle glossy
fine art paper photo rag baryta 315gsm). These quality prints will
look different to the illustrations below and prints will be detailed
with rich deep blacks and vivid whites.