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Photography: Black & White, Digital on Paper.
This dramatic and atmospheric image depicts Stoer Head Lighthouse in the County of Sutherland, in the west of Scotland. It was built by David & Thomas Stevenson in 1870 and it continues to operate as a fully functioning lighthouse. Dramatically located atop high cliffs, Stoer Head is relatively squat but its light can be seen from 24 miles out to sea.
For the first time, this image is being offered for sale to collectors and lovers of beautiful photographs as a limited edition, number 1/25
This image was taken with a Canon full-frame digital camera. The prints are being created by the photographer himself, using Epson’s ultra-smooth, Hot Press Bright cotton rag archival 330gsm paper and utilising Epson printing technology and the associated K3 pigment inks. The prints have an extraordinary density of blacks, with good contrast, and hold even the finest detail. Each image is printed on an A2 sheet with white borders. The surface of these prints is delicate, so it is recommended that they should be mounted behind glass - they look superb in a ‘floating frame’, using non-reflecting, gallery glass.
Milan Svanderlik is a DIGI-Graphie Artist
Each print is signed, numbered, dated, and titled on the back, and is certified on the white border with the artist’s DigiGraphie embossing stamp.
Artist featured by Saatchi Art in a collection