John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart
$125.00 – $3,500.00
On assignment for People on John Wayne’s last movie, The Shootist, in 1976. He was dying of cancer in real life and in the film. The Duke was a great prankster, and as you can tell in this photograph, he loved to tease Jimmy Stewart. Anything he did would crack Jimmy up. When the cameras aren’t rolling, sometimes magic happens.
11×14, 16×20, 20×24, 30×40
Prints That Look Like Paintings
Hi-res capture + giclée printing + hot press bright paper + hand deckled = Highly detailed, brightly colored, fine art prints.
The original painted pieces were digitized using hi-res capture techniques and printed on hot press bright paper for its ability to create a bright color palette. The deckling, or tearing along the edges, makes the piece look more painterly. Not only does it look great, but it is fade resistant for 200 years.
Due to their individually crafted nature, these pieces are limited edition prints. This release has each image as an edition of 20—15 sold print only, and 5 sold with frames.
- 200 year archival inks
- Hot press bright paper – 300 g/m2 | 16 mil
- Printed from master digital files
- Calibrated for superior color fidelity
Sennet Photography's prints are all sold unframed, but custom framing is available. If you are interested in having your print framed please contact us.
About Our Framing
A quality frame starts with quality wood, and our moldings are beautiful hardwood imported from Italy, painted hand cut and assembled by our craftsman.
We only use the best components for each frame like real wood glue and V-nail joinery to make a perfect frame that is sure to last generations.
- Imported Italian hardwood
- Real wood glue
- V-nail joinery
- Acrylate unbreakable plexiglass
- Stainless steel fittings and fasteners
- Quality black cover paper
- Artisan hand cut photo mats
- Precision woodworking
- The finest painted finish
- Yaw free cornering
- Hand assembled
All of our frames are precisely matted to the art dimensions and will last generations.