Col du Tourmalet 05 - Art print - Michael Blann
Col du Tourmalet, from the acclaimed Mountain series by Michael Blann, author of Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs.
Photographed over a period of 5 years, using a state of the art medium format camera, these limited edition prints capture every minute detail of cycling’s most famous climbs in Europe. Renowned for his approach to landscape photography, Michael Blann has won many awards for his work and frequently exhibits in shows around the World.
When placing an order for print on demand products, these pieces will not be included with other items in your order.
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Limited Edition Mountain Prints are available to purchase in 3 different sizes with the Large and Medium edition limited to 30 prints and the Small to 50. Overseeing the process are Chau Digital of London who have been producing fine art prints for photographers and museums for many years. The Giclée prints are signed and numbered by the artist and printed using Epson state of the art inkjet printers on the finest museum grade paper (Hahnemühle Photo Rag) which ensures colour consistency and no loss or degradation to the image quality over the lifetime of the print.
“Image only” sizes are stated below but all prints come with a generous white border for signing and mounting purposes. Framing will add typically 200-300mm to the width.
Large – 900 x 1200mm
Medium – 675 x 900mm
Small – 450 x 600mm
Delivery takes approximately 5-10 working days from purchase. Prints are rolled and protected in tissue paper and contained within a box or tube. If you do decide to handle the prints it is advisable to wear cloth gloves, as they are susceptible to marks.
Prints are made to order so, unfortunately, we cannot accept returns unless there is a fault in the printing process (prints are also checked before being dispatched). In this case a new replacement print will be sent out.