From 1967 until 2008 the majority of my personal photographic expression evolved using traditional large format cameras, and silver based films. Prints were made in a darkroom using gelatin silver papers and eventually evolved to hand painted one-of-a-kind images.
Today digital imaging and its advancements has reached a point of creating such high quality images that it has become the predominant method of image capture and print making thus leading manufacturers to abandoned traditional materials and reducing their offerings of films, film-based cameras and black and white gelatin silver printing papers. Inkjet printing technologies have also improved to the point that it is now capable of producing uncompromising photographic archival prints of the highest aesthetic qualities. Most of my images originate from film negatives scanned and produced as digital files however my more recent images are digital capture with digital post-production. I no longer produce Gelatin Silver prints.
The prints listed below are made on lightly textured museum quality fine art papers using pigment inks with an estimated stability of up to 100 years. Prices listed are for prints only.
Please note: In order to accommodate a new style frame I have made some changes to my print sizes.
My previous series of 10x12, 16x16 and 16x20 has been changed to the above 12x14, 18x18 and 18x22 respectively. The series numbering has been carried over from the old to the new sizes. Only seventy-five prints in total will be made of the old and new sizes combined.
Prices above are for prints only and are subject to increases as the series advances towards being sold out. Framed prints are also available please contact the artist for sizes and pricing and style.
Prints may be ordered in custom sizes as large as 40x60.
Each edition is limited to the number of prints indicated, plus 5 artist proofs. Once an edition is sold out, no other prints of that image in this medium will be offered for sale, (series refers to size and medium only). Due to shipping and insurance restrictions, a framed print 30x34 is the largest print that can be shipped by standard carriers. Framed prints larger can be shipped but at a considerable increase in cost.
All standard size prints may be returned within thirty days of purchase regardless of the reason for a full refund less packing and shipping. Sales of custom sized prints are final.
William Vanscoy (the artist) warrants each limited edition archival pigment print to be lightfast and free of defects in materials during the natural lifetime of the artist, provided the print has been properly displayed using currently accepted archival framing standards. Should any print become faded and/or discolored during the warranty period, it will be replaced less packing and shipping. Please note that unframed prints and/or framed prints which have been displayed under adverse conditions including excessive amounts of ultraviolet light, heat and/or humidity, can not be warranted against fading and/or discoloration.
There are no implied restrictions on the artist’s commercial use of any image
For further information or to place orders please contact the artist via the contact link on the home page.