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New Release: Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side (Color)

June 20th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Special Announcements

New Release: Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side (Color)

“Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side, Now Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah, (Color) 1965” from the Sierra Club Exhibit Format Series book, “Navajo Wildlands: As Long As The Rivers Shall Run” by Stephen C. Jett and Philip Hyde.

Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side, Now Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah, (Color) 1965 by Philip Hyde.

The Special Edition Archival Fine Art Digital Prints made by David Leland Hyde and Carr Clifton, a 30-year friend and protege of Philip Hyde, are rare and limited in a unique way. They are limited through pricing. The regular prices only apply to the first 10 prints of each photograph. Each time 10 prints sell of each image, that particular photograph goes up $100 in all sizes. For more specifics on pricing and further information about the unique archival fine art digital prints see the blog post, “About Archival Fine Art Digital Prints.”

Philip Hyde Photography is proud to present an archival fine art digital print of “Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side, Now Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah, (Color) 1965.” To read more about the making of this vintage photograph go to the blog post, “The Making Of Rainbow Bridge From The Upstream Side.” This photograph was never printed by Philip Hyde himself. Therefore, this release of archival digital prints enables collectors to have this historically important photograph for the first time. When first released in August 2010, this photograph came out as a limited edition. Now that all Philip Hyde authorized archival digital prints are made in limited editions in the two largest sizes, 24X30 and 32X40, this photograph is also available as a limited edition in the 24X30 size only and as a numbered special edition in all other sizes. This photograph is not available as a 32X40 print.

First published on August 9, 2010, which would have been Ardis Hyde’s 85th birthday.

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