Cranes 2018 by Robert John Watson
Cranes 2018 by Robert John Watson
Cranes 2018 by Robert John Watson
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Cranes 2018 by Robert John Watson

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Limited edition photograph taken in 2018 of the cranes overlooking Manchester. Robert John Watson is an award winning photographer and is represented by galleries in both Manchester and London. His portfolio of work spans over two decades. Many of Watson’s photographs are shot on film; using his trusty 35 year old Hasselblad camera to produce the street photography and portraiture for which Watson is held in high regard. His recent interview in Aesthetica Magazine featured work from his 2020 solo exhibition at Manchester Central Library. This four month show and its accompanying book included vast Gursky-esque architectural and landscape pieces shot on large format film. Watson works from his studios and darkroom based in the North West of England. Edition of 6 plus 2 Artist's Proofs. Diasec mounted pigment print Unframed Free delivery included to the mainland UK. This picture will be exhibited at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery in my Spring 2023 exhibition and at my major solo show at Manchester Central Library opening October 2023. Edition of 6 Diasec Mounted Archival Pigment Print 151.5 cm x 127 cm Shot on Large Format Film on my 10th visit to the site (0630 Boxing Day 2018) as the conditions had to be perfect. Due to the large size of this piece, delivery options will be discussed on interest in purchasing. Please contact for options. Shown in the pictures as the standout piece in my 2020 exhibition 'In Praise Of Blandness' at Manchester Central Library on until Christmas 2020. https://www.robertjohnwatson.co.uk/in-praise