Hand-Tinted or Hand-Painted Photographs
How to Order – Double click on the photograph – Image is enlarged – Lower left corner is a Shopping cart icon – Click – Price list will appear.
On location, I photograph images in 35 mm format. After editing the work, I print the negative on fiber based paper, then hand paint the image, using Marshall’s oil paint and pencil. I teach “How to Paint Photographs” here in Marin. My new technique is hand-tinting digital photographs and the series is called “The Beauty of Culture”.
Hand-Painted and Black & White Diptychs
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Black & White Photographs
no images were foundTo place an order, or have a CD sent to you with more available photographs, please email us with the image number, title, and shipping information. You will receive a confirmation email with instructions for sending payment by cashier check or Pay Pal. 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, tinted and painted by Penni Webb. The artist signs each work on the back of the photograph. All photographs are copyrighted and registered in Washington DC. 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.