Change of mind is not inconsistency. —Cicero
It's not too late to mention this—almost, but not quite!
You remember a few days ago I mentioned that Peter Turnley is having his annual Paris Print Sale. I also said that the prints would be inkjet prints for the first time.
That has changed. In his most recent e-mail blast about the sale, Peter announced that "The prints are signed traditional silver gelatin fiber prints. I have decided to offer silver gelatin prints to maintain continuity will all previous printings of my photographs."
I know Peter is more than happy with the quality of the inkjet prints that have recently been made from his work—but all the prints shipped for this sale will be traditional silver gelatin black-and-white prints. (No telling if this will be the last time.)
Thought you'd want to know.
Tomorrow is the last full day of the Paris Classics offer, so it's not too late!
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Lawrence Plummer: "I had been very close to asking you about the prints when I saw that they were inkjet. I was wondering what happened to Voja Mitrovic! I still marvel at the three prints I picked up in your sales that were printed by Voja. They are superb."
Mike replies: Voja retired many years ago but, as a favor, continued to print for a small, select group of his friends, all of whom happened to be world-renowned photographers. I gather he has now retired from that retirement, although I don't communicate with him directly and don't really know the story. Although getting up in years, he is well.