All custom hand-painted or hand-tinted color and black & white photographs on this web site are available for sale.
On location, I photograph images in 35 mm format. After editing the work, I print the negative on fiber based paper, then hand painted the image, using Marshall’s oil paint and pencil. I teach “How to Paint Photographs” here in Marin. My new technique is hand-tinting photographs and the series is called “The Beauty of Culture”.
Hand-Painted and Black & White Diptychs
Black & White Photographsemail us with the image number, title, and shipping information. You will receive a confirmation email with instructions for sending payment. Payment is required before shipment. Prices are:
Hand tinted or Hand Painted Photograph 5″ x 7” Unframed – $250.00
Hand Tinted or Hand Painted Photograph 8″ x 10″ Unframed – $325.00
Hand painted and Black & White Diptych Photograph, 5”x 7” Framed – $550.00
Hand painted and Black & White Diptych Photograph, 8” x 10” Framed – $775.00
Color Photograph 8″ x 10″ – $275.00 – 16” x 20” – $325.00
Black & White Photograph 8″ x 10” – $250.00 – 16” x 20” – $300.00
Shipping and handling U.S. Unframed – $30.00 – Global shipping $75.00 – $100.00
Must email for an estimate for framed work and global shipping.
Unframed work comes unmatted. Black & White photographs are available.
All work is one of a kind, photographed and painted by Penni Webb. The artist signs each work, hand-painted, hand-tinted, color and black & white photographs, with the date on the back of the photograph. All copyrights have been registered in Washington DC and Penni Webb reserves all rights to the collection. If a photograph is special ordered, please allow 6 weeks for delivery — payment is required before shipment. Framed works cost more to ship.
If a museum retrospective is arranged, Penni would like to ask collectors to allow the museum to borrow the work that they purchased from her to be a part of the show. The work is insured and shipment is paid by the museum. This is a tax deduction for the collector. If a catalogue is created, the collector will be noted as owner of the work. If a show is arranged, the work will go up in value.