Crow Collage #4, Paris, France, 2017

Franco Tettamanti

  • 1 size
  • Open edition

The series 'Crow Collages' was created in the fall of 2017, a bit by chance and Russian literature. Driven by the desire to work with my hands, I wanted to create unique copies of hand-made photo collages. In doing so, I experimented with different images and developed an idea with crows, which I ultimately liked so much, that I refined it into an open-series of nine artworks. This collage shows the Jardin de Tuileries in Paris.


All prints are signed and stamped. Format: Archival Pigment Print on Hahnemühle Fine Art Paper.

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Artwork size Paper size Edition Frame size Brand Color Material
fpt168a 18 x 12cm 22 x 16cm Open edition 31.8 x 25.8cm Nielsen, Alpha black Aluminium, Wood veneer

The frame options can be customized according to your wishes. Please contact me for this matter. For prints that are in stock, the framing process should be fairly quick. For Made-to-Order, allow up to three additional weeks until your order ships due to the hand made nature of the prints and frame. Most prints will be framed with a white, archival, made-to-measure mat. Therefore, archive stamp and edition number will be hidden by the framing.


All prints will be carefully packed in bubble wrap and a sturdy box. Please allow an extra 3 weeks for framing your orders. More details after order confirmation or prior via Support. The articles will be shipped either from France or Switzerland. Please note that shipments to your country may be subject to additional customs fees or import taxes. See Shipping Policy.

Return policy

Open edition, unframed prints without personal dedication: 30 days. Limited edition, mounted/framed/custom/dedicated prints: Returns not accepted. See Return Policy

Please note: This print is for personal use only, intended for display in the home or other private spaces. For all other purposes, such as display in public spaces or institutions, publishing the image online or in print, or any other form of usage, permission must be granted by artist.