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Medium: Silver Gelatin
Wenda and Ostriches
Located in New York, NY
Ed. of 21, estate-stamped. Includes black frame with white mat. Norman Parkinson was the preeminent fashion photographer in Great Britain from the late 1930s until his death in 1990...
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1950s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Edition 3/10 - Window Blinds, Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk, Silver Gelatin Photograph
Located in Eye, England
[Featured in Italian Vogue. The print will not show the watermark] Edition 3/10 - Window Blinds, Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk, Silver Gelatin Photograph Edition of 10 + 5 APs. Front: Sig...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Black and White, Silver Gelatin, Film, Photographic Film, Photographic P...

ICES Multicolor Set of 12 Framed Pop Art Photographs
Located in Cambridge, GB
ICES Multicolor Set of Twelve Framed Artworks. A set of 12 pop art prints by Richard Heeps from his Great British Staycation series 'On-Sea'. Taken between lockdowns in September 202...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

ICES Multicolor Set of 12 Framed Pop Art Photographs
Located in Cambridge, GB
ICES Multicolor Set of Twelve Framed Artworks. A set of 12 pop art prints by Richard Heeps from his Great British Staycation series 'On-Sea'. Taken between lockdowns in September 202...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Two Hearted Oak, California
Located in Carmel, CA
Hand printed by the artist. Framed by the gallery upon purchase. Edition 17/50 Sold out negative/ Retired negative. Print Date 2001 Excellent Condition
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Early 2000s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Church Door Hornitos
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
From the 50th Anniversary Portfolio (1902 - 1952). Printed circa early 1950s by Brett Weston under Edward's supervision. 100.
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20th Century Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Cour 29 Rue Broca, 5ème arrondissement. Atget negative no. 1394
Located in Middletown, NY
Albumen print on thin photographic paper (printed out from glass plate); 8 1/2 x 7 inches (217 x 178 mm). Marked by the photographer in pencil on verso "Courtyard 29 Rue Broca 1394."...
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Early 20th Century Realist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Brand New Highway
Located in Carmel, CA
BRAND NEW HIGHWAY (1970) is a vintage silver gelatin photograph of a highway that is so clean and new, that it is almost appears to be an abstraction. Hand signed by the artist recto, bottom right. Brand New Highway is Uzzle’s most iconic work. It appeared on the cover of his book, Landscapes, and was the lead image at the Burk Uzzle: American Puzzles exhibition at the Steven Kasher Gallery (New York, New York) in 2015. Region of Origin: California Medium: Silver gelatin photograph Edition: Unknown Photograph Size: 6.875 in H x 8.75 in W Frame: Black wood with 4-ply, white matting and museum glass for maximum UV protection. Framed by J.H. Miller Framing Company, West Springfield, Massachusetts. Frame Size: 17.25 in H x 19.25 in W x 1 in D Condition: Museum Quality ABOUT BURK UZZLE Burk Uzzle (1938- ) was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and has spent his adult life as a professional photographer. Grounded in documentary photography, he was the youngest contract photographer when he was hired by Life Magazine at age 23. For sixteen years, during the 1970’s and 1980’s, he was an active contributor to the evolution of Magnum Photos and served as its president in 1979 and 1980. While affiliated with Magnum, he produced iconic and symbolic images of Woodstock and the assassination and funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His archive spans more than six decades and captures much of the history of analog and digital photography. His current bodies of work rest deep in social justice issues. A dozen years ago, Uzzle returned to North Carolina to live and work in two century old industrial buildings located in downtown Wilson not far from where he was born. With the energy and determination of someone half his age, he wakes every morning at 5 am, takes an hour to swiftly bike all over the town before the sun is up, and then gets to work. Disciplined, organized, and always open to ideas emboldened through keen intuition, Uzzle states with conviction that photography is his reason to breathe and what he sees is his muse. SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2017 "Perceptions + Recognitions : African-Americans in Eastern North Carolina," Greenville Museum of Art, Greenville NC (Catalogue) 2016 "Burk Uzzle: American Chronicle," North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh NC 2016 "All About America: Photographs by Burk Uzzle," Ackland Art Museum UNC Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill NC (Catalogue) 2016 "Burk Uzzle Retrospective," Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham NC 2015 "Burk Uzzle: American Puzzles," Steven Kasher Gallery, New York NY 2012 "Burned," Laurence Miller Gallery, New York NY 2011 "Burk Uzzle," Flanders Gallery, Raleigh NC 2010 "Martin Luther King, Jr.," Wilson Arts Council, Wilson NC 2009 "Woodstock," Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Tampa FL 2009 "Woodstock 40th Anniversary," Laurence Miller Gallery, New York NY 2008 "Burk Uzzle Recent Work," Barton College, Wilson NC 2007 "Just Add Water: America in Color," Laurence Miller Gallery, New York NY 2006 "Burk Uzzle," Michael Dawson...
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Late 20th Century Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Petroglyphs, Monument Valley Utah
Located in Carmel, CA
Rare original photograph. Large size. From Portfolio V. Print date (c. 1979) and the edition size 25/110. Printed by Ansel Adams Has some chipping on the edges, which do not deter fr...
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1950s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Portrait of Giuseppe Garibaldi - Photograph by C. Bernieri - Late 19th century
Located in Roma, IT
Portrait of Giuseppe Garibaldi is a precious Silver Salt print on paper, realized by Cesare Bernieri in 1861-1864. Hand-signed and stamped on the lower. Exposed in 1867 at the Pari...
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1860s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Paper, Silver Gelatin

Vinyl Collection Fifteen Piece B Side Installation - Pop Art Color Photography
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps B Side Vinyl Collection Fifteen Piece Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this beautifully...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Dice - Set of Six Framed Photography Prints
Located in Cambridge, GB
Dice - One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six. Set of six framed ready to hang artworks. This installation comprises of 6 individually framed artworks each measuring 24" x 24" x 1.5". Th...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Vinyl Collection Fifteen Piece B Side Installation - Pop Art Color Photography
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps B Side Vinyl Collection Fifteen Piece Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this beautifully...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico
Located in Palm Desert, CA
"Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico" is a photograph by famed landmark photographer Ansel Adams taken in 1941 and printed c. 1959. The photograph is signed on verso with artist's stamp,...
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Mid-20th Century American Realist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Plaster Works, Los Angeles, 1925
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Plaster Works, Los Angeles, 1925 Toned silver print Negative by Edward Weston Print by Cole Weston (1919-2003) From: Edward Weston Portfolio, 1971 Published by Witkin-Berley Ltd., Ne...
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1920s American Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Ordinary Places Installation - English vintage interior color photography
Located in Cambridge, GB
Ordinary Places Sixteen Piece Installation, British vintage interior photography by Richard Heeps. Richard Heeps 'Ordinary Places' Series...
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1980s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Vinyl Collection 21 Piece Rainbow Installation - Pop Art Color Photography
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps Vinyl Collection Twenty-One Piece Multi-Color Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this bea...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Female Nude in Bed, Gordes
Located in Cologne, DE
Willy Ronis (Paris, France, August 14, 1910 - Paris, September 12, 2009) was a French photographer who portrayed post-war Paris and Provence during his lifetime. Ronis' father was a ...
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1960s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Elvis Presley - Limited TASCHEN Art Edition with Signed Gelatin Silver Print
Located in Köln, DE
Alfred Wertheimer Elvis. Art Edition ‘The Kiss’ Super Rare Artist's Proof (AP 30) Incl. Signed Gelatin Silver Print The Kiss (1956) Completely New & Fa...
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2010s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Waiting, Silver Gelatin Black and White Nude Photography
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Savannah Spirit Waiting Silver gelatin on Ilford multigrade paper, signed, edition of 5 Scroll for more on the artist and this series and an excerpt from the recent monograph, The Archive #6: Savannah Spirit, published by Quiet Lunch: "When I first saw Savannah Spirit’s early nudes, I felt immediately struck by their power and awareness. Of course, they were traditionally beautiful, with classical lighting and shadows from Venetian blinds. Some of them were sexy, in the way bodies are sexy. But they weren’t sexualized. Looking at them, I felt powerful. I felt good. They depicted the body of an adult woman viewing herself with love. I’ve been devoted to them ever since. To me, these portraits invoke the power of a landscape. The way the light rolls over the body evokes the body’s connection with the earth, with sunrise and its long deep shadows. The patterns of darkness can break the figure into geometry, creating a distance between the viewer and the image, as in End of An Era and Staying Abreast. Yet others, like Resist and Be The Woman You Needed When You Were Younger, create direct address, and sometimes empathy. Sometimes, the viewer takes the vantage point of the artist, and the piece becomes a further study in introspection. The titles, like The Bottom Line and Read Between the Lines, often invoke idioms, figures of speech, or stereotypes that themselves point back to the culture that produced them. As conceptual components, they are both playful and political, which, when juxtaposed against image to elicit a mood or reaction. For me, it’s different every time. I am often pricked to discover how the vernacular of Hollywood capitalism, juxtaposed to a powerful, nude self-portrait of a woman, almost always feels a bit surprising–as if I wasn’t expecting her to be there. Recent works, like Network, use both shadow and mirror to create a doubled image, the artist and her reflection, further suggesting the sense of a dialogue with the self. The two bodies are not a mirror image, though seen in a mirror: a conversation between two sides of oneself, rather than a literal twinning. Over the past decade, as this series took on greater and deeper life, Savannah and I have had countless wonderful discussions about women, bodies and art. As a former artist’s model, early in her career, she participated in the form of power that was available to her: that of the quieted muse. She knew she was being objectified, she recalls, but at least she was included in the club. I instantly recognized that message. She was still creating her own work, though, and one day, she realized she’d had enough of seeing herself through someone else’s lens. She turned the camera on herself, and began to take a very different kind of picture. During the pandemic, the feeling of being alone with oneself can sometimes feel overwhelming. These recent pieces reflect that agitation of the dialogue alone, the being with oneself, seeking connection..." - Katie Peyton Hofstadter Classic black and white silver gelatin print, signed by the artist Savannah Spirit. This is a self portrait of the artist. Categorize between self-portrait, contemporary feminism, take back control, I am my own muse, my body my choice...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Black and White, Silver Gelatin

Never Let the Same Snake Bite You Twice, Silver Gelatin Black and White Nude
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Savannah Spirit Never Let the Same Snake Bite You Twice Silver gelatin on Ilford multigrade paper, signed, edition of 5 Scroll for more on the artist and this series and an excerpt from the recent monograph, The Archive #6: Savannah Spirit, published by Quiet Lunch: "When I first saw Savannah Spirit’s early nudes, I felt immediately struck by their power and awareness. Of course, they were traditionally beautiful, with classical lighting and shadows from Venetian blinds. Some of them were sexy, in the way bodies are sexy. But they weren’t sexualized. Looking at them, I felt powerful. I felt good. They depicted the body of an adult woman viewing herself with love. I’ve been devoted to them ever since. To me, these portraits invoke the power of a landscape. The way the light rolls over the body evokes the body’s connection with the earth, with sunrise and its long deep shadows. The patterns of darkness can break the figure into geometry, creating a distance between the viewer and the image, as in End of An Era and Staying Abreast. Yet others, like Resist and Be The Woman You Needed When You Were Younger, create direct address, and sometimes empathy. Sometimes, the viewer takes the vantage point of the artist, and the piece becomes a further study in introspection. The titles, like The Bottom Line and Read Between the Lines, often invoke idioms, figures of speech, or stereotypes that themselves point back to the culture that produced them. As conceptual components, they are both playful and political, which, when juxtaposed against image to elicit a mood or reaction. For me, it’s different every time. I am often pricked to discover how the vernacular of Hollywood capitalism, juxtaposed to a powerful, nude self-portrait of a woman, almost always feels a bit surprising–as if I wasn’t expecting her to be there. Recent works, like Network, use both shadow and mirror to create a doubled image, the artist and her reflection, further suggesting the sense of a dialogue with the self. The two bodies are not a mirror image, though seen in a mirror: a conversation between two sides of oneself, rather than a literal twinning. Over the past decade, as this series took on greater and deeper life, Savannah and I have had countless wonderful discussions about women, bodies and art. As a former artist’s model, early in her career, she participated in the form of power that was available to her: that of the quieted muse. She knew she was being objectified, she recalls, but at least she was included in the club. I instantly recognized that message. She was still creating her own work, though, and one day, she realized she’d had enough of seeing herself through someone else’s lens. She turned the camera on herself, and began to take a very different kind of picture. During the pandemic, the feeling of being alone with oneself can sometimes feel overwhelming. These recent pieces reflect that agitation of the dialogue alone, the being with oneself, seeking connection..." - Katie Peyton Hofstadter Classic black and white silver gelatin print, signed by the artist Savannah Spirit. This is a self portrait of the artist. Categorize between self-portrait, contemporary feminism, take back control, I am my own muse, my body my choice...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

The Remedy, Silver Gelatin Black and White Nude Photography
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Savannah Spirit The Remedy Silver gelatin on Ilford multigrade paper, signed, edition of 5 Scroll for more on the artist and this series and an excerpt from the recent monograph, The Archive #6: Savannah Spirit, published by Quiet Lunch: "When I first saw Savannah Spirit’s early nudes, I felt immediately struck by their power and awareness. Of course, they were traditionally beautiful, with classical lighting and shadows from Venetian blinds. Some of them were sexy, in the way bodies are sexy. But they weren’t sexualized. Looking at them, I felt powerful. I felt good. They depicted the body of an adult woman viewing herself with love. I’ve been devoted to them ever since. To me, these portraits invoke the power of a landscape. The way the light rolls over the body evokes the body’s connection with the earth, with sunrise and its long deep shadows. The patterns of darkness can break the figure into geometry, creating a distance between the viewer and the image, as in End of An Era and Staying Abreast. Yet others, like Resist and Be The Woman You Needed When You Were Younger, create direct address, and sometimes empathy. Sometimes, the viewer takes the vantage point of the artist, and the piece becomes a further study in introspection. The titles, like The Bottom Line and Read Between the Lines, often invoke idioms, figures of speech, or stereotypes that themselves point back to the culture that produced them. As conceptual components, they are both playful and political, which, when juxtaposed against image to elicit a mood or reaction. For me, it’s different every time. I am often pricked to discover how the vernacular of Hollywood capitalism, juxtaposed to a powerful, nude self-portrait of a woman, almost always feels a bit surprising–as if I wasn’t expecting her to be there. Recent works, like Network, use both shadow and mirror to create a doubled image, the artist and her reflection, further suggesting the sense of a dialogue with the self. The two bodies are not a mirror image, though seen in a mirror: a conversation between two sides of oneself, rather than a literal twinning. Over the past decade, as this series took on greater and deeper life, Savannah and I have had countless wonderful discussions about women, bodies and art. As a former artist’s model, early in her career, she participated in the form of power that was available to her: that of the quieted muse. She knew she was being objectified, she recalls, but at least she was included in the club. I instantly recognized that message. She was still creating her own work, though, and one day, she realized she’d had enough of seeing herself through someone else’s lens. She turned the camera on herself, and began to take a very different kind of picture. During the pandemic, the feeling of being alone with oneself can sometimes feel overwhelming. These recent pieces reflect that agitation of the dialogue alone, the being with oneself, seeking connection..." - Katie Peyton Hofstadter Classic black and white silver gelatin print, signed by the artist Savannah Spirit. This is a self portrait of the artist. Categorize between self-portrait, contemporary feminism, take back control, I am my own muse, my body my choice...
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2010s Feminist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

My Body, My Choice, Silver Gelatin Black and White Nude Photography
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Savannah Spirit My Body, My Choice Silver gelatin on Ilford multigrade paper, signed, edition of 5 Scroll for more on the artist and this series and an excerpt from the recent monog...
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2010s Feminist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

Amor De Artuño, Silver Gelatin Black and White Nude Photography
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Savannah Spirit Amor de Artuño Silver gelatin on Ilford multigrade paper, signed, edition of 5 Scroll for more on the artist and this series and an excerpt from the recent monograph, The Archive #6: Savannah Spirit, published by Quiet Lunch: "When I first saw Savannah Spirit’s early nudes, I felt immediately struck by their power and awareness. Of course, they were traditionally beautiful, with classical lighting and shadows from Venetian blinds. Some of them were sexy, in the way bodies are sexy. But they weren’t sexualized. Looking at them, I felt powerful. I felt good. They depicted the body of an adult woman viewing herself with love. I’ve been devoted to them ever since. To me, these portraits invoke the power of a landscape. The way the light rolls over the body evokes the body’s connection with the earth, with sunrise and its long deep shadows. The patterns of darkness can break the figure into geometry, creating a distance between the viewer and the image, as in End of An Era and Staying Abreast. Yet others, like Resist and Be The Woman You Needed When You Were Younger, create direct address, and sometimes empathy. Sometimes, the viewer takes the vantage point of the artist, and the piece becomes a further study in introspection. The titles, like The Bottom Line and Read Between the Lines, often invoke idioms, figures of speech, or stereotypes that themselves point back to the culture that produced them. As conceptual components, they are both playful and political, which, when juxtaposed against image to elicit a mood or reaction. For me, it’s different every time. I am often pricked to discover how the vernacular of Hollywood capitalism, juxtaposed to a powerful, nude self-portrait of a woman, almost always feels a bit surprising–as if I wasn’t expecting her to be there. Recent works, like Network, use both shadow and mirror to create a doubled image, the artist and her reflection, further suggesting the sense of a dialogue with the self. The two bodies are not a mirror image, though seen in a mirror: a conversation between two sides of oneself, rather than a literal twinning. Over the past decade, as this series took on greater and deeper life, Savannah and I have had countless wonderful discussions about women, bodies and art. As a former artist’s model, early in her career, she participated in the form of power that was available to her: that of the quieted muse. She knew she was being objectified, she recalls, but at least she was included in the club. I instantly recognized that message. She was still creating her own work, though, and one day, she realized she’d had enough of seeing herself through someone else’s lens. She turned the camera on herself, and began to take a very different kind of picture. During the pandemic, the feeling of being alone with oneself can sometimes feel overwhelming. These recent pieces reflect that agitation of the dialogue alone, the being with oneself, seeking connection..." - Katie Peyton Hofstadter Classic black and white silver gelatin print, signed by the artist Savannah Spirit. This is a self portrait of the artist. Categorize between self-portrait, contemporary feminism, take back control, I am my own muse, my body my choice...
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2010s Feminist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Black and White

Lullaby - unique black and white abstract contemporary gelatin silver photograph
Located in New York, NY
Unique silver gelatin print (Printed while working with a remote photograms student). Triple exposure with flowers, sand, and glitter. This 8x10 mixed process multiple exposure photogram was printed on Fomatone MG 133 - (The Chamois surface is quite beautiful, but doesn't translate super well digitally.) Before covid, I specialized in what I refer to as gelatin silver "spiritual landscapes...
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2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Holding (Fist & Flowers)- contemporary black and white abstract hands photograph
Located in New York, NY
I began making photograms with alternate light sources in 2020, due to having an unfinished darkroom at the time of the shutdown. (Fortunately, the wet side was nearly complete just ...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Broken Wings - contemporary black and white abstract alt process photograph
Located in New York, NY
I began making photograms with alternate light sources in 2020, due to having an unfinished darkroom at the time of the shutdown. (Fortunately, the wet side was nearly complete just ...
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2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Bewitched - contemporary abstract black and white silver gelatin photograph
Located in New York, NY
I began making photograms with alternate light sources in 2020, due to having an unfinished darkroom at the time of the shutdown. (Fortunately, the wet side was nearly complete just ...
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2010s Abstract Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Photosynthesis (aka Sunlight) - black and white contemporary flowers photograph
Located in New York, NY
I began making photograms with alternate light sources in 2020, due to having an unfinished darkroom at the time of the shutdown. (Fortunately, the wet side was nearly complete just ...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Picasso- contemporary black and white figurative silver gelatin photograph
Located in New York, NY
Picasso was one of my first sand explorations, when I started to really get messy with the process. This one-of-a-kind handmade darkroom print was made without the use of a camera - ...
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2010s Cubist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Spirit in the Sky - matted contemporary black-and-white cameraless photograph
Located in New York, NY
One-of-a-kind silver gelatin print (11x14"); Comes window matted. Mixed process multiple exposure with flowers, glitter, and wax. From my award-winning "Metamorphosis" series. (This ...
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2010s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, Black and White, Photogram, Silver Gelatin

Mission San Xavier del Bac, Tuscon, Arizona
Located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA
Original vintage gelatin silver photograph printed circa 1944 by Ansel Adams. Signed in pencil lower right on the front of the mount. Very good vintage condition: some silvering top left quadrant, small edge chips on sides. Photograph is archivally overmatted to 18 1/6 x 14 1/2 inches so frame ready. Comes unframed. ANSEL ADAMS (AMERICAN, 1902 - 1984) Ansel Easton Adams was known for his black and white photographs of the California's Yosemite Valley. Adams was also the author of numerous books about photography, including his trilogy of technical instruction manuals (The Camera, The Negative, and The Print). He co-founded the photographic association Group f/64 along with other masters like Edward Weston, Willard Van Dyke...
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1940s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Las Curvas by James Sparshatt - Photograph - Gelatin Print with Wood Frame, 2004
Located in Coltishall, GB
A girl at one with the rhythm of her guitar in Holguín, Cuba. James Sparshatt’s photographs of music and dance capture the emotion and intensity of people lost in the rhythm of the...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Private Road with Clouds
Located in Carmel, CA
Roman Loranc's most famous image. Retired Negative. 8x10 - Still powerful in this size. Gifted to owner by Roman. No edition number. Framed in Flat Black Metal Frame with plexiglas...
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1990s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

David Bowie on set 1975, framed signed print by Terry O'Neill
Located in Austin, US
Framed, 20x24" signed lifetime edition print by Terry O'Neill of David Bowie taken in Los Angeles in 1975 on the set of “The Man Who Fell To Earth” Signed limited edition number 2/5...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Actress Gina Bellman (Limited Edition of 25) - 30x40 In - Celebrity Photography
Located in New York, NY
This iconic 1989 photograph features actress Gina Bellman posing on top of a column, accompanied by two monkeys. It was shot by celebrity and fashion phot...
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1980s Young British Artists (YBA) Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Bruce Springsteen 1975, framed signed print by Terry O'Neill
Located in Austin, US
Framed, 20x24" signed lifetime edition print by Terry O'Neill of Bruce Springsteen taken in Los Angeles in 1975, walking down Sunset Strip. Springsteen was in Los Angeles promoting t...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

she
Located in Cologne, DE
Beautiful vintage nude photo created by the East German Photographer Sigurd Rosenhain, who lived and worked in Leipzig.
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1970s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

nude reclined
Located in Cologne, DE
Beautiful vintage nude photo created by the East German Photographer Sigurd Rosenhain, who lived and worked in Leipzig.
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1970s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Versailles Bosquet de l'Arc de Triomphe, 1904, No. 6479
Located in Middletown, NY
Albumen silver print from glass negative, from the Atget's series on sculptures on the grounds of Versailles, annotated in the artist's hand in pencil ...
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Early 20th Century Realist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

Vinyl Collection Nine Piece Multicolor Installation - Multicolor Pop Art Photo
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps Vinyl Collection Nine Piece Multicolor Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this beautifull...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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C Print, Photographic Paper, Color, Silver Gelatin

David Bowie and William Burroughs, framed signed print by Terry O'Neill
Located in Austin, US
Framed, 20x24" signed lifetime edition print by Terry O'Neill of David Bowie with William Burroughs, taken for an interview published at Rolling Stone magazine in February 28, 1974. ...
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Late 20th Century Photorealist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

New York
Located in Dallas, TX
Signed by Elliott Erwitt. Gelatin silver print, 20 x 24 in. Born to Russian parents in Paris in 1928, Elliott Erwitt spent his childhood in Milan, Italy, b...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Hyde Park, London, 1934
Located in Middletown, NY
An atmospheric and magical photo by master of the lens, photographic and cinematic, that captures a tranquil corner of Hyde Park. As Suschitzky himself said ...
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1930s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Phillipe Halsman Portrait Photography Lauren Bacall Black and White Framed 1944
Located in Buffalo, NY
The work offered for sale here is an original vintage silver gelatin print hand created by Halsman in 1944 and exhibited at the International Center for Photography. Philippe Halsman was at one point considered the best photo-portraitist in France. He had an incessant interest in faces: “Every face I see seems to hide—and sometimes fleetingly reveal—the mystery of another human being.” Halsman’s photographs of politicians, celebrities, and intellectuals were featured widely in magazines like LIFE and Vogue. His more famous subjects included the likes of Marc Chagall, Le Corbusier, Audrey Hepburn, and Albert Einstein. He also had a 37-year collaboration with Salvador Dalí, which resulted in several famous surrealist series including the “Dalí’s Mustache” portraits...
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1940s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper, Wood

Vinyl Collection Nine Piece Multicolor Installation - Multicolor Pop Art Photo
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps Vinyl Collection Nine Piece Multicolor Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this beautifull...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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C Print, Silver Gelatin, Color, Photographic Paper

Lovers in a Doorway
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Larry Fink (American, born 1941). "Lovers in Doorway" - late 20th century, silver gelatin photograph print, signed "Larry Fink" to lower right and numbered ...
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1970s Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

La Boda de Señorita Monica.
Located in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
Original Deborah Turbeville photograph. Signed by the artist.
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1990s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

St. James's Park, London, 1962
Located in Middletown, NY
1962 Gelatin silver print. Vintage. 11 5/8 x 9 3/4 in (296 × 246 mm); archivally matted and framed. The dark areas with some oxidation mirroring (only discernible in counterlight), t...
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1960s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Portrait of a Man, Mid-Century Black & White Photograph by Edward Weston
Located in Soquel, CA
Rare black and white photograph, a portrait of a handsome man by Edward Henry Weston (March 24, 1886 – January 1, 1958). Signed "EW 1949" lo...
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1940s Realist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin, Photographic Paper

She Disappeared into Complete Silence (AD7517) - large scale abstract photograph
Located in San Francisco, CA
In the series 'She Disappeared into Complete Silence' (2014) Mona Kuhn takes a new direction into abstraction. She turns to a highly austere and restrained reductionist geometry and distilled formal purity, connecting the interior to the exterior, the visible to the hidden. These reflections cause one to linger, as they merge to create a dynamic equilibrium of tension, spaces and rythms. AD7517 (She Disappeared into Complete Silence) 45" x 60" / 114cm x 152cm edition of 8 + 2AP 30" x 40" / 76cm x 102cm edition of 8 + 2AP limited edition photograph printed under artist supervision + accompanied by signed artist certificate: artist signature labels are 8x10 in size signed, editioned, dated and titled by the artist, and stamped for authenticity label is placed centered on verso of the mounted print __________________ About the artist Acclaimed for her contemporary depictions, Kuhn is considered a leading artist in the world of figurative discourse. Throughout a career spanning more than twenty years, the underlying theme of her work is her reflection on humanity’s longing for spiritual connection and solidarity. As she solidified her photographic style, Kuhn created a notable approach to the nude by developing friendships with her subjects, and employing a range of playful visual strategies that use natural light and minimalist settings to evoke a sublime sense of comfort between the human figure and its environment. Her work is natural, restful, and a reinterpretation of the nude in the canon of contemporary art. For the past two decades, the Los-Angeles based artist's works have been shown steadily, revealing an astonishing consistency in technique, of subject and of purpose. In 2001, Kuhn’s photographs were first seen by an influential audience during the exhibition at Charles Cowles Gallery in Chelsea, New York. Kuhn’s distinct aesthetic has propelled her as one of the most collectible contemporary art photographers—her work is in private and public collections worldwide and she is represented by galleries across the United States, Europe and Asia. Kuhn was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1969, of German descent. In 1989, Kuhn moved to the US and earned her BA from The Ohio State University, before furthering her studies at the San Francisco Art Institute. She is currently an independent scholar at The Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Occasionally, Mona teaches at UCLA and the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Mona Kuhn’s first monograph, Photographs, was debuted by Steidl in 2004; followed by Evidence (2007), Native (2010), Bordeaux Series (2011), Private (2014), and She Disappeared into Complete Silence (2018/19). In addition, Kuhn's monograph titled Bushes and Succulents has been published by Stanley/Barker Editions, with a debut at Jeu de Paume in Paris, in 2019. A stunning career retrospective of Mona Kuhn's works has been published by Thames & Hudson, Spring 2021. Kuhn's forthcoming publication Kings Road, will be published and released by Steid this Fall 2021. Mona Kuhn’s work is in private and public collections worldwide, including The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Hammer Museum, Perez Art Museum Miami, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and the Kiyosato Museum in Japan. Kuhn's work has been exhibited at The Louvre Museum and Le Bal in Paris; The Whitechapel Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts in London; Musée de l’Elysée in Switzerland; Leopold Museum in Vienna Austria, The Polygon Gallery in Vancouver Canada, Taipei Fine Arts Museum in Taiwan and Australian Centre for Photography. Mona Kuhn lives and works in Los Angeles. __________________ Solo Exhibitions 2021 Mona Kuhn: Works, Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York Mona Kuhn: Works, Flowers Gallery, London Mona Kuhn: Works, Galerie XII, Los Angeles + Paris + Shanghai Mona Kuhn: 835 Kings Road, Art, Design and Architecture Museum, Santa Barbara 2020 Still Light, Jardin du Bra'haus, Montée du Château, Clervaux, Luxembourg Mona Kuhn: Early Depictions, Flowers Gallery, London Mona Kuhn: Intimate, UP Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2019 Bushes and Succulents, Euqinom Gallery, San Francisco Mona Kuhn: She Disappeared, Jackson Fine Art...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Silver Gelatin

Vinyl Collection 21 Piece Multi-Color Installation - Pop Art Color Photography
Located in Cambridge, GB
Heidler & Heeps Vinyl Collection Twenty-One Piece Multi-Color Installation. Acclaimed contemporary photographers, Richard Heeps and Natasha Heidler have collaborated to make this bea...
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2010s Pop Art Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Photographic Paper, C Print, Color, Silver Gelatin

Big Ben and Bodicea, London
Located in Middletown, NY
A superb VINTAGE print by consummate visual artist Wolfgang Suschitzky, whose photographs capture London's sites, people, moods, and lights in a masterful and perceptive manner. Arch...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Peter Lorre, Actor in The Maltese Falcon & Casablanca. Smoking Portrait
Located in Carmel, CA
After a successful acting career in Europe, Peter Lorre came to the United States and starred in such classic films as “The Maltese Falcon”, “Arsenic and Old Lace”, and “Casablanca”....
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1940s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Vik Muniz Memory Rendering of John John (Vik Muniz The Best of Life)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Vik Muniz Memory Rendering of John John (Vik Muniz The Best of Life): 'John John' is a selection from Vik Muniz's The Best of LIFE series from 1989. Muniz's...
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1980s Surrealist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Untitled (Lower West Side)
Located in Buffalo, NY
An original gelatin silver print by American social documentary photographer Milton Rogovin depicting a resident of Buffalo's East Side in the early 1960's. This work is hand signed ...
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1970s Realist Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

BRAND NEW HIGHWAY
Located in Carmel, CA
BRAND NEW HIGHWAY (1970) is a vintage silver gelatin photograph of a highway that is so clean and new, that it is almost appears to be an abstraction. Hand signed by the artist recto...
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1970s Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Windblown Jackie 1971 - a minute later
Located in Cologne, DE
People simply could not get enough of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, the beautiful young widow of the slain President who married a fabulously wealthy Greek shipping tycoon. She was a p...
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1970s Modern Art by Medium: Silver Gelatin

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Silver Gelatin

Silver Gelatin art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Silver Gelatin art available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Jack Mitchell, Richard Heeps, Terry O'Neill, and Michael Kenna. Frequently made by artists working in the Pop Art, Abstract, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Silver Gelatin art, so small editions measuring 4.34 inches across are also available Prices for art made by famous or emerging artists can differ depending on medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $300 and tops out at $2,275, while the average work can sell for $1,250.

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