Julia Fullerton-Batten: Fine Art Photography Boxset

Julia Fullerton-Batten: Fine Art Photography Boxset

Art on a Postcard (AOAP) is excited to release its first series of beautifully produced photography boxsets, available from 1 December. The boxsets will each contain 10 limited edition prints on museum quality photographic paper and a signed certificate of authenticity. Art on a Postcard is committed to making fine art available to enthusiasts at affordable prices. Each box set is priced at £250 each with 50% of proceeds going to The Hepatitis C Trust and 50% to the photographer. 

 

Photographers Miles Aldridge, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Sandro Miller, Ade Adekola and Harry Borden have each made a selection of 10 museum quality prints (6"x4") which will be presented in individual archival boxes with a signed Certificate of AuthenticityThese beautiful collectors items are available now for pre-order and will be delivered in time for Christmas.

 

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ARTIST INFO

Julia Fullerton-Batten 

 

Julia Fullerton-Batten is a fine-art photographer renowned for her highly cinematic visual story-telling.  Her large-scale projects are based around specific themes. Each image in the project embellishes her subject matter in a series of thought-provoking narrative ‘stories' using staged tableaux and sophisticated lighting techniques.

Her images capture cinema’s scale and sweep, given depth by an obsession with perfect detail. Julia's work conveys the intimate truth of her chosen subject, eliciting our appreciation of the skills present in their creation.

Her fine-art work is globally renowned and exhibited. She has won countless awards worldwide, is frequently portrayed in photographic journals, has published two books, is a Hasselblad Ambassador and a frequent speaker at international workshops and a juror of international competitions. Her images are on the front cover of 'A Guide to Collecting Contemporary Photography'. She has a permanent collection at the National Portrait Gallery, Musee de l’Elysee, Lausanne and the Parliamentary Art Collection, Houses of Parliament.