As the son of pioneer photographer Edward Weston, Brett Weston has made his own mark in the field as witnessed by a recent show at the Santa Barbara Museum this summer, spanning his nearly seventy year career. Brett Weston’s brilliance as a photographic visionary and master-printer is well known. A maker of luminous and lasting works of photographic art, he worked in the darkroom from the very early hours of the morning whenever he was not photographing, but he made very few large-format exhibition quality prints. Shortly before his death Brett Weston burned many of his negatives, asserting that he alone could print from them as intended. In 1991-1992, when Aperture published a revised edition of his classic Voyage of the Eye, Brett selected a number of these exhibition prints and authorized Aperture to sell them to support the foundation. In honor of the recent restrospective show at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Aperture is pleased to offer a selection of these remaining prints to our collectors. All bear the intense beauty and masterful craftsmanship of one of the photography’s greatest artists. Each unique gelatin-silver print is made and signed by Brett Weston and dry mounted on archival board. Inquiries can be sent to email@example.com.