Next price level will be $6,000.00! Make an offer...it could be yours today!
Recently consigned...seller is very motivated. Make a reasonable offer and this photo is yours!
I remember when you walked into a gallery and the Brett Weston's were $150.00, Ansel Adams, $300.00, Irving Penn, $350.00. So what does that have to do with Roman Loranc's photography today? You won't need to ask me that question in twenty years, the question will be answered for you then.
ROMAN LORANC THE GREAT UNCONFORMITY 20"X24" PHOTOGRAPH - MAKE AN OFFER TODAY!
Last retail price on Roman's price list, $3,000.00!
The link below is a nice video about Roman.
The video was first shown in 2006, but still has lots of great information about Roman and his thoughts about photography.
The following is from Roman's web site, Some photographers believe their strongest work comes from exploring their immediate surroundings. "I think of myself as a regional photographer," Loranc says, "but that does not mean the photography cannot be understood beyond the region. Right now people all over the United States indicate to me that regionalism, born of an informed attachment, has universal appeal." Loranc shoots most of his pictures within an hour's drive of his home in California but he is also interested in exploring his ancestral roots in Europe. For this reason he makes occasional photographic forays into Poland and Lithuania.
Loranc shapes the photo from start to finish. He operates a 4x5 Linhof field camera, shoots the majority of his photographs with a 210mm Nikkor lens, using Kodak's classic Tri-X film, and hand prints his negatives on multigrade fiber paper. Mr. Loranc is a firm believer that images can best and most genuinely be captured only through the use of film. As such, all of his prints are from film, and the only film he uses is Kodak’s Tri-X, which he has found to be reliable, consistent and, of utmost importance, only of the highest quality. The innate drama of the landscapes is reproduced through a variable split-toning (sepia and selenium) technique. All the printing, spotting, and archival mounting are done by the photographer.
Roman Loranc was born in Bielsko-Biala, Poland, in 1956. He emigrated to the United States in 1981. In 1984 he moved to California, and shortly thereafter fell in love with the Central Valley.
This hand made darkroom photo is in mint condition, mounted/matted with 28"x34" archival museum board. Signed by the artist under the image, along with title and edition number on the back.
Free shipping/ins. within the USA. If shipped within California please add 7.25% sales tax.
Your satisfaction is guaranteed with this photograph. You may return it within 14 days for a refund (less shipping).
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