Go van Gogh is an unusual image of a sunflower in the swirling style of Vincent van Gogh presented against a starry night sky. The image makes a great large print on 20″ X 17″ paper. Go van Gogh is presented on pages 168-169 of my upcoming new book from Focal Press, Photographing Flowers.
You can purchase an original print of Go van Gogh by Harold Davis for the special price of $125.00. The normal price for this print is $300.00. This offer is for the month of August, 2011.
Special Bonus Offer:
The first five folks who buy the Go van Gogh print will receive a free autographed copy of Photographing Flowers when it is available in October. The book normally costs $29.95 and features glorious floral photography and the techniques used to create the images.
|Purchase Go van Gogh by Harold Davis for $125.00. The normal price for this print is $300.00. This special offer is for the month of August, 2011.||
Here’s what people say about their Harold Davis print:
- “Your Poppies print arrived today in perfect condition. Thank you for all the care you took to wrap and ship it so carefully. I cannot wait to frame it and hang it in my living room. This photo just speaks to me……”
—Ilene Hertz, San Jose, California
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—Sharry Lee Gregory, Indianapolis, Indiana
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—Rachael Fogal, Anchorage, Alaska
About Harold Davis prints:
When you buy a print made in my studio, it is giclée printed by hand with tender, loving care. Every print comes with a signed certificate of authenticity.
My prints are unconditionally warrantied. I stand by my work. I want you to be completely ecstatic.
If you are not satisfied with your print in any way or for any reason, please return it in as-new condition within one year for a no-questions-asked refund or exchange.
More about the Go van Gogh print:
Go van Gogh is giclée printed on 325 gsm acid-free, archival Epson Exhibition Fiber paper. Each print is individually made with a great deal of care using the best archival materials. Even the ink I use to sign my prints is acid free.
The actual image size of the print is somewhat smaller than the full paper size. This allows for my hand signature and overmatting when you frame the piece.
The price of this print includes careful, custom packing and insured Fedex ground shipping within the continental United States. (Please contact me for shipping costs to Alaska, Hawaii, or internationally.)
What will your Harold Davis print be worth 50 years from now?
Help support a living artist! I’m not comparing myself with the great masters of photography, but consider that during the many years that Edward Weston and Ansel Adams were active, you could
have bought one of their prints for a few hundred dollars (at most). These prints sell for tens—or hundreds—of thousands of dollarsat auction today.
Framing your Harold Davis print:
Many people have asked me about framing their Harold Davis print. I always recommend archival framing using acid-free materials and glass that provides UV protection. Note that we do not provide framing services. I am a photographer and artist, not a framer. I want you to work with a professional framer to make your own choices depending on where you will hang my print—and I don’t want to build a hidden markup into what I would have to charge for framing.
Have any questions?
If you have any questions about this print—or anything photographic for that matter—please email me (harold [at] photoblog2.com) or give me a call at 510.528.9977.