Each month a collection of iconic photographs will be auctioned off for 3 weeks at a starting bid of a fraction of their value. Explore the photographers website and see the history and dedication to their timeless images. All photos will be signed by the photographer with a Certificate of Authenticity. A portion of the proceeds will go towards WhyHunger. WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.
Authentication takes several forms: hand-signed by the photographer, estate-stamped or embossed with an official seal.
Each print we sell has been authenticated by the copyright holder – in most cases, directly by the individual photographer who captured the image. The copyright holder can also be a legal representative of the photographer, such as his or her or estate, a music label or a photo agency. Each print we sell is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
Printed to gallery standards by leading industry professionals using archival materials. Photographs are printed on a range of fine art papers including fiber based, resin coated, matte and pearl finish. Pigment prints are produced with archival inks. All prints are produced from the original negative or a high resolution scan from that negative or transparency.
Photograph sizes listed on auctions are paper sizes.
Archival Pigment prints are printed with archival pigment inks on archival Fine Art paper. They are produced from digital files and offer continuous tones, smooth transitions and a vibrant, true-to-life color range. The process originated in the late 1980s and is respected by Fine Art experts, world-renowned galleries and passionate collectors. Since the inception of this process, technological advancements have led to higher resolution prints, highly archival pigments and inks, and a more environmentally-friendly print process. Prints are produced on Fine Art paper with matte and baryta finishes. We choose the Archival Pigment process for color and black and white images that warrant a more artistic approach to printmaking. Archival Pigment prints may also be referred to as Inkjets, Iris prints or Giclées.