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Brett Weston

Limited Edition 20 x 24 Mural Photographs

 


Mono Lake

Mono Lake , 1955 - One Print Remaining


lake

Lake Patzcuro , Mexico, 1973

 

Dunes

Dunes, White Sands, 1946 - One Print Remaining

Japan

Japan, 1970
 

palms

Palms, Bronx Botanical Garden, 1944

 

Abstraction

Wet Paint, Abstraction, 1955

 

Gualemala

Guatemala Landscape , 1968 - One Print Remaining


Warf

Wharf Piles,1968

 


Cracked paint

Cracked Paint, Garrapata, 1951

 

Monastery

Monastery Portugal, 1960



About the Mural Photographs

For his last portfolio, in 1989 Brett Weston selected what he regarded as his finest 8" x 10" negatives to generate a historically unprecedented enlargement of his work. Each print, measuring 20" x 24" was painstaking printed by Weston in his Carmel Valley darkroom which had been entirely revised to accommodate this single, extraordinary endeavor. Each photograph was then carefully dry mounted on 30" x 33" archival museum board, and signed and numbered in an edition of 25. Negatives were each permanently retired upon completion of the project and eventually destroyed.

These are the largest photographs ever created by Brett Weston.




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