Stephen Johnson Original Photographs

Print Size and Price Example

  • 20x24 inch pigment inkjet prints on 100% cotton paper, 32x40 inch matt:  $2500

Specific Print Sizes and Prices

  • 11x14 matted to 16x20 $800, silver frame $75, wood frame $150
  • 16x20 matted to 24x28 $1500, silver frame $125, wood frame $180
  • 20x24 matted to 32x40 $2500, silver frame $200, wood frame $300
  • 27x34 matted to 38x46 $3500, silver frame $250, wood frame $350
  • 40x50 matted to 52x63 $5000, silver frame $500, wood frame $900

Panoramic Sizes

  • 12x40 matted to 20x60 $1800
  • 40 inch x 20 feet $10,000

Special size prices available on request.

Options

  • Pricing on large digital panoramic prints up to 50 inches by 47 feet by special arrangement. 
  • Custom installation structures are also available.

-For the archival properties of various digital and photographic processes: Wilhelm Research.

-Note: Shipping and framing are not included in the above prices unless noted. Custom framing in silver or wood is available.

 

Traditional Photographic Prints from Film-based Images

In keeping with his decades long record of traditional prints sales, inventory photographic prints from film also continue to be available from Stephen Johnson's 20,000 image (plus) archive.

Silver-based prints in inventory are Type C color prints from color negatives or archivally processed double weight fiber-based black and white gelatin-silver prints. Selections can be made from Johnson's published works, and by viewing images in a growing collection on this website. A range of subject listings can be found under The Photographic Archive.

New prints are pigment inkjet.

Print Size and Price Examples:

-16x20 inch print on 24x28 100% rag matt board: $1500

Note: Prints in inventory vary by image. Shipping and framing are not included in the above prices.

Email Stephen Johnson for more information. info@sjphoto.com


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