Photograph “Works on Paper” series.
1885 letter to Benjamin Kimball “Though the Great Waters Sleep”.
All editions are printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Matte Paper with Epson archival quality inks.
Available in different sizes and in editions of 6 in each size.
Size: Price: Notes: 20″ x 24″ $1,400 (unframed)
30″ x 40″ $3,500 (unframed, unmounted)
40″ x 50″ $4,000 (unframed, unmounted)
Emily Dickinson, 1885 – Letter to Benjamin Kimball “To take the hand of my friend’s friend, even apparitionally, is a hallowed pleasure. I think you told me you were his kinsman. I was only his friend-and yet cannot yet believe the “his part in all the pomp that fills the circuit of the Southern Hills, is that his grave is green”. His last words on his last note were “a caller comes”. I infer it to be Eternity, as he never returned. Your task must be a fervent one- often one of pain. End of page 1 of 2.”