Buy Open Edition, Fine Art Print by Alberto Mateo.
TITLE: Chess game, Chandni Chowk Bazaar, Old Delhi, India.
EDITION TYPE: Open Edition Fine Art Print.
SIZE OPTIONS: Regular Sizes up to 20x30 inches (50x75 cm).
SURFACES AVAILABLE: Cotton - Canson® Infinity Velin Museum Rag [310g/m²], Canvas - [Canson® Infinity Museum Procanvas 385 g/m²] and High End Photographic Prints. Another options like Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta [325g] are possible. If you prefer another printing surfaces please whatsapp me to +34 661 530 598 and I will check the possibilities...
IS THE PRINT PART OF A TRYPTICH? No.
This is a Limited Edition Handsigned and Certified Fine Art Original Print Series. No more than 120 (+ 8 Author Prints) of each picture will be ever produced and sold. Each photograph is sold handsigned by the Author and sent with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA). Limited Edition Prints will be signed on the Print.
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All prints are served without watermarks, unframed and ready to be framed, packaged in a triple set of hard mailing tubes, protected with pH free Glassine® paper.
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If prints are bought as a set of two or three (tryptich) prints, a discount of 10% or 15% respectively will be applied.
For any question about sizes and availability, please contact Alberto at email@example.com, call me or Whatsapp me to +34 661 530 598.
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About the Author
Alberto Mateo is Engineer, Photographer and Social Media Influencer. He works as editorial and advertising photographer for different media and advertising agencies all around Europe. He travels to remote destinations and then postproduces himself the prints he sells at his web site. He is also Pinterest Influencer (350.000+) and blogger for his own blog "The Last Footprint".