Eternal desire


Eternal desire is a fine art color photograph by Dutch impressionist photographer Jacob (Jaap) Berghoef.  

This photograph is for sale as a 20 x 30 inch fine art print for $720.00
All of Jacob’s (Jaap) Berghoef’s photographs are printed on silky-matt acid-free 320 g / m2 100% cotton paper. 
Contact me to purchase this photograph in larger sizes including:   
24 x 36 inches – $830.00
32 x 48 inches – $990.00 
40 x 60 inches – 1200.00

Cynthia DuVal | Director at New Intelligentsia Atelier |  Contact Me 

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Eternal desire is a black and white  photograph created by Dutch photographic impressionist Jacob (Jaap) Berghoef. It is offered for sale in a limited edition of 10 fine art prints.

Berghoef’s limited edition photographs are prepared to his exacting archival standards and are collectible. Each print is signed and shipped by the artist with a certificate of authenticity.

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Contact us to schedule a live virtual showing showing of more photographs from Jacob (Jaap) Berghoef’s extensive portfolio. 

Additional information

Limited Edition of 10 per size

Eternal desire is sold in a limited edition of 10 photographs in each size offered. Each print is produced and signed by the artist. A letter of authentication from the artist ships with the photo.

Free Shipping

This photograph ships for free to International locations from The Netherlands.

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Care Instructions

When opening the package take care to open it carefully. It will arrive rolled and in a tube that is inside a box. Clear and clean a table upon which you can unroll the photograph making sure that there is nothing that can damage it on the table as you roll it out.

Use clean cotton gloves and touch only the edges of the print. Do not crease! Discuss your framing options with your local fine art framer. Framing under non-glare glass is recommended. Do not hang photographs in direct sunlight to preserve the colors for many years to come.

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