£90.00 – £1,085.00
£90.00 – £1,085.00
8th March 1963: American film maker, Stanley Kubrick (1928 – 1999), on the set of his film ‘Dr Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb’ with two of the actors, Tracy Reed and George C Scott (1927 – 1999) on either side of him. (Photo by Reg Lancaster/Express/Getty Images)
The traditional process for fine art photography, silver gelatin fibre prints are exhibition quality archival prints hand printed and processed in Getty Images’ in-house darkroom from original negatives. Also known as baryta, fibre prints offer full tonal range, exquisite depth and superb contrast. All fibre prints are sold in limited editions of 300. Read more about the printing processes HERE.
Resin coated silver gelatin prints are exposed by hand and machine processed. Resin prints can be produced quicker and at lower cost than fibre prints while maintaining a wide range of tonality. Their plastic emulsion surface coating is durable and curl resistant. Resin prints are the preferred choice for large scale or public facing projects. Read more about the printing processes HERE.
Add depth to your wall art with our frames. A deep, wooden frame, the profile includes a subtle texture effect.
This deep wooden 34mm x 20mm frame featuring a 30mm rebate for added depth, gives our prints the perfect setting to display your chosen print. We have kept it simple and elegant only offering a charcoal black wooden finnish for your walls.
Read more about our frames HERE.
|Brand||Fleet Street’s Finest|
|Dimensions||8 x 10″ to 40 x 60″ (plus frame and mount)|
|Made in the UK||YES|
|Process||Silver Gelatin (Fibre or Resin)|
We expect production of your order and delivery to your door within 10 working days.
We have a no quibbles returns policy, please just inform us of any issue and dissatisfaction and if we cannot resolve the problem we will issue a refund on return of the product ordered.
Further information on our delivery and returns can be found HERE.