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Ophelia with Dragonfly

24,200.00
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Ophelia with Dragonfly

24,200.00

Limited Edition of 2

Title: Ophelia with Dragonfly
Technique: Digital Photography
Year: 2015
Size: 120x80 cm
Finish: Canson Infinity Velin Museum Rag
Artist: Max Pelagatti ©
Note: The picture comes with an Authenticity Certificate signed by the artist

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Limited Edition of 2

Title: Ophelia with Dragonfly
Technique: Digital Photography
Year: 2015
Size: 120x80 cm
Finish: Canson Infinity Velin Museum Rag
Artist: Max Pelagatti ©
Note: The picture comes with an Authenticity Certificate signed by the artist

Frames & Finishes

Canson Infinity Velin Museum Rag
(Paper print only - Needs mounting & framing)

This paper is naturally age-resistant and has a unique fine-grained, smooth surface and structure and offers a pure white tone without optical brightening agents. It is ideal for sophisticated photographs and museum-grade applications, as well as fine art printmaking. 

Technical data:

  • Weight: 315 g/m2
  • Surface: Matt surface – soft textured
  • Composition: 100% cotton
  • Acid free paper
  • No OBA (optical brightening agents)
  • Colour resistance: above 120 years (framed with UV filter)

Canson was one of the major innovators in photo paper during the pioneering years from 1850-1880 and still is with its Canson Infinity range for digital ink-jet printing. Canson papers exceed the ISO 9706 museum grade standard and have been developed to meet galleries and museum's longevity requirements.


Conditions of use and storage

For Canson Paper Prints:

  • Use and store at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and a temperature of 10 to 28° C (50° to 82°F) (sun light, extreme temperature or humidity level can decrease the lightfastness of your fine art prints)
  • Use only specially designed, acid free and archive grade tapes, adhesives and glues for mounting & framing
  • Store the print in archive quality envelopes, folders, and boxes
  • We strongly recommend the use of cotton gloves when handling the print
  • Use care in handling printed material, do not rub the surface, as it is susceptible to abrasion
  • Avoid hanging the artwork in direct sunlight

 

Max Pelagatti

Max Pelagatti

Max Pelagatti is a photographer and photography instructor born in Tokyo in 1988 to an Italian father and Japanese mother, both of whom were opera singers. He spent his childhood between Italy and Japan; as a teenager, his family settled in Italy, his father’s homeland.

By nature curious and reserved, the camera was his preferred means of expression from a very early age.

Although his primary interest is in commercial and fine art photography, he continues to nurture his love for the performing arts through his work with musicians and theatre companies in Rome, Tokyo and New York.

His art is strongly influenced by the cultural environment in which he was brought up. His artistic development has been influenced by many international professional photographers.

The knowledge of high-end photographic techniques learned through commercial photography has pushed the boundaries of his creative process allowing him to carry out social and historically engaged project with a new seductive key to interpretation.

In 2016 his latest project “The wood of memories” was exhibited in twelve solo exhibitions in Belgium, Italy and Japan attracting interest from European and American critics.

He currently lives in Italy where he works as a independent professional photographer and teaches photography and photo-retouching techniques for international corporations and individuals.