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'Amelia Street' is a signed photographic print by Frankie Quinn of a man who has fallen on hard times in Amelia Street, Belfast circa 1983. If anyone knows who he was or who Claude Rye was please let me know.

This is a signed and dated hand printed silver gelatin print by Frankie Quinn, developed in a darkroom on glossy photographic paper which shows strong contrasts - blacks in the image are more prominent. This print dates back many years to when the photograph was developed and as such show signs of wear and tear, which in a perverse way has added character to the photograph.  This print, along with the rest in his analogue print series, are among the last remaining black and white darkroom prints he developed.

Packaging Details: We go to great lengths to ensure that your purchase arrives in perfect condition. We only use sturdy cardboard postal tubes and double walled cardboard boxes. We use as much recycled and recyclable material as possible, including newspapers from our coffee shop, Coffee Yard, to pack our boxes. *

Delivery Details: Unframed prints come rolled in a tube. Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout. For full delivery information, including cost, click the ‘Delivery Information’ link above.

Additional Information
Artist Frankie Quinn
Subject Belfast, Ireland-North
Edition Of N/A
Signed Yes
One Off No
Image Size 43 x 32 cm
Paper Size 51 x 35 cm
Mounted Size N/A
Framed Size N/A
Medium Photographic Print
Catalogue Number FQ047_C

Analogue Print - Amelia Street

Frankie Quinn
In stock
SKU
FQ047_C
£195.00
£195.00
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'Amelia Street' is a signed photographic print by Frankie Quinn of a man who has fallen on hard times in Amelia Street, Belfast circa 1983. If anyone knows who he was or who Claude Rye was please let me know.

This is a signed and dated hand printed silver gelatin print by Frankie Quinn, developed in a darkroom on glossy photographic paper which shows strong contrasts - blacks in the image are more prominent. This print dates back many years to when the photograph was developed and as such show signs of wear and tear, which in a perverse way has added character to the photograph.  This print, along with the rest in his analogue print series, are among the last remaining black and white darkroom prints he developed.

Packaging Details: We go to great lengths to ensure that your purchase arrives in perfect condition. We only use sturdy cardboard postal tubes and double walled cardboard boxes. We use as much recycled and recyclable material as possible, including newspapers from our coffee shop, Coffee Yard, to pack our boxes. *

Delivery Details: Unframed prints come rolled in a tube. Place your order by 3pm for same day dispatch. Next day delivery is available at checkout. For full delivery information, including cost, click the ‘Delivery Information’ link above.

Additional Information
Additional Information
Artist Frankie Quinn
Subject Belfast, Ireland-North
Signed Yes
One Off No
Size 43 x 32
Paper Size 51 x 35
Medium Photographic Print
Catalogue Number FQ047