What Might Have Been by Philip Mckay

What Might Have Been by Philip Mckay

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“ . . . . the unwritten song of the sea”

  • Archival chromogenic print

  • FUJI Crystal Archive matt paper

  • LIMITED EDITIONS

    14” x 12” (36 x 30 cm) - 250 Prints

    18” x 16” (46 x 41 cm) - 30 Prints

  • Signed

  • Numbered gallery stamp

  • Certificate of Print Authenticity

  • Ships in a large PVC tube

  • FREE Worldwide shipping with tracking

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A limited edition print of Philip Mckay's mystical composition 'What Might Have Been' - a rhapsody in solitude commemorating a lifetime of silence buried deep beneath our hopes and dreams. RIP the future.

 

"Black and white are the colours of photography. To me they symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected." Robert Frank (Swiss-American b. 1924)


Each edition is an impeccably crafted chromogenic print on Fuji's beautiful Crystal Archive paper with a generous white border for matting and framing. The artist's signature is printed in the lower right hand corner under the image and the title and copyright details are also noted.  The edition number is handwritten into the ART + GRAFT Gallery Editions stamp on the back of each print.


LIMITED EDITIONS

1) Paper Size 14" x 12" (36 x 30 cm) - Image Size 10½" x 10½"  (27 x 27 cm) - 250 prints

2) Paper Size 18" x 16" (46 x 41 cm) - Image Size 14" x 14"  (36 x 36 cm) - 30 prints

PLEASE NOTE - the edition number of the print you receive will not necessarily match the number of the print shown in the listing photographs.

 

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