Mitch Dobrowner Shiprock Storm, Navajo Nation, NM

Price $8,500

Ref.# 12016

Medium Pigment ink print on archival paper

Mount unmounted

Photo Date 2008  Print Date 2008

Dimensions 20 x 30 in. (508 x 762 mm)

Photo Country United States (USA)

Photographer Country United States (USA)

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Contemporary Works / Vintage Works, Ltd.


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Titled, editioned (39/50) and signed on recto of print in lower margin in pencil. Month and year of creation date and initial on verso in pencil. Total edition size is only 50. Prints are produced using pigment inks on archival quality 100% cotton Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper. The largest print (roughly 20 x 30 in.) is on 30 x 40 inch paper and is limited within the same edition of 50 to no more than 10 prints, and is now sold out. Retail price is now $10,000. Matting and/or framing is additional. In March 2005, Mitch Dobrowner returned to his passion for photography after a 20-year absence and, with the encouragement of his family and friends, began to produce new fine art landscape photographs. For this work, which focuses on the Southwest United States, Dobrowner received first prize from the French Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3) in the Nature category for his black and white photo entry, "Rainstorm". Dobrowner was also awarded three Paris "Public Choice" awards in the PX3 Competition for the works, "Rainstorm", "Dusk Trona" and "Church Rock". These winning entries were tallied from approximately 40,000 online votes cast by over 5,100 voters. Dobrowner was also recently honored by B&W Magazine in its Special Issue 2007 Portfolio Contest (August, 2007) and was featured in a cover story in the April 2007 issue of LensWork Magazine.

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