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Black and White Wall Art. Limited Edition Sponge Diver by George Tatakis


Black and white art wall. The sponge diver by photographer George Tatakis


Sponge Diver, Kalymnos by George Tatakis​

Edition: 4 copies + 1 for the artist. 

Numbered and signed.

Media: Pigment ink technology  ( >100 yrs ) on Hahnemühle Baryta Photo Rag 315g. Beech frame-box with white lacquer and museum grade glass. All other materials (matte, bindings, back etc.) of archival grade.


External: 136 x 101 cm

Image: 105 x 70 cm

Authenticity sticker holographic in black and white photography by George Tatakis


Security & Authenticity :\

The work is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, made of special paper containing the Hahnemühle watermark, infused with fluorescent security fibres. Both the Certificate and the work are fitted with hologram safety stickers with unique serial number that 'binds' the work to the Certificate. The Certificate carries the unique wax seal by George Tatakis, along with his signature. 

The numbered works are registered with the Hahnemühle database with their respective serial number and the owner's name is registered with the photographic archives of the Benaki Museum for security and historic reasons.

wooden crates manufactured to ship black and white photography by George Tatakis


Shipping & Packaging :\

The work is placed inside a custom order wooden box and shipped insured (optionally) internationally. Finally, the box is sealed by the unique wax seal, to insure tamper-free delivery (except in the case of customs control).

The signature of photographer George tatakis in black


George Tatakis - Black and White Photographer from Greece - Signature
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George Tatakis

International representation by INSTITUTE, UK

George Tatakis is an internationally acclaimed photographer, published in media such as National Geographic and Leica magazines. He exhibits his images in outlets such as the Benaki Museum, one of the most significant Museum organisations in Europe, and Fragonard Museum in France. His digital archive is safeguarded by the Benaki Museum. 

Recipent of 22 International awards

Photographer George Tatakis
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