Greeting Cards by Paul Cooklin

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Stark Life

Soulful black and white landscapes are Paul Cooklin’s stock in trade, and these incredible shots of desolate, deserted landscapes and neglected urban areas make desolation strangely appealing.
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Natural Delight

A collection of seven different floral images from the photographer, Paul Cooklin. With a dreamlike quality, these make wonderful personal Greeting Cards for use throughout the year.
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Mixed

This is a collection of eight different landscapes, by photographer, Paul Cooklin. From wet and windy weather to hazy summer sunshine, this pack brings with it the feeling of wellbeing you get from wide open spaces and nature at its best.

SeeMe Exhibitions OFFICIAL LETTER OF RECOGNITION

SeeMe Exhibitions

OFFICIAL LETTER OF RECOGNITION

Dear Paul Cooklin,
It’s been an honour to show your photography as part the Fifth Annual Exposure Award. The work of this year’s project has been extraordinary, viewed by over five million photo enthusiasts from around the world. Additionally, your photograph was included in a digital display of images presented at the Exposure Award Reception at the Louvre.
Your photography was included in the Black & White Collection
and was presented at a private reception hosted at:
Musee du Louvre
75058 Paris – France
July 13th, 2015
Photography holds power. The act of taking a photo acts as a historical marker and a capture of time. Just as archaeologists offer hypotheses about ancient societies based on cave paintings, historians of the future will base their conjectures about us on the photography that is happening at this very moment, including yours.
As technology makes our world more interconnected, the act of creation has become a universal language and a vital conversation. Your photography, represented at the Fifth Annual Exposure Award reception is a thrilling contribution to that dialogue.
It’s been an honour to have your work included. Thank you for sharing your photography with us and with the world.
Sincerely,
William Etundi Jr.

Founder of SeeMe

The following image was displayed as part of the digital display at the Louvre celebrating The Exposure Award on July 13th, 2015.
Paul Cooklin’s photo.

Boy Fishing, Candes Saint Martin, France
Boy Fishing, Candes Saint Martin, France

Exposure

Balloons, Cambridge, Black And White Art Print

Title: ‘Balloons, Cambridge’ Black and White Art Print by Paul Cooklin

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:

Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:

Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

Doormen, King’s College, Black And White Art Print

Title: ‘Doormen, King’s College, Cambridge’ Black and White Art Print by Paul Cooklin

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:

Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:

Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

King’s Parade, Cambridge, Black And White Art Print

Title: ‘King’s Parade, Cambridge’ Black and White Art Print by Paul Cooklin

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:

Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:

Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

‘Geoffroy’s Cat’ Black And White Art Print

'Geoffroy's Cat' Black And White Print

‘Geoffroy’s Cat’ Black And White Art Print

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:
Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:
Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

Grass, Thornham Walks, Suffolk, Signed Art Print

Grass, Thornham Walks, Suffolk, Signed Art Print

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:
Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:
Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

Frozen Lake, Black And White Signed Art Print

 

Frozen Lake, Black And White Signed Art Print

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:
Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:
Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm with a thin border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm with a border

Paper Size: 56 x 70 cm with large border

Brightlingsea, Essex, Black and White Print

‘Brightlingsea, Essex’ Black and White Print.

This image was captured using black and white film and traditional darkroom chemistry.

Signed and dated on the front in pencil and includes an provenance certificate which includes the title, medium, paper size and artist signature.

Prints should be framed behind glass and are ideally suited to larger mounts and frames with wide borders. Protected behind glass your print should give many years of viewing pleasure if displayed in a well lit area, out of direct sunlight.

made from:

Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm which is one of Hahnemühle’s genuine artist papers, mould made, 100% acid free archival paper with an exceptionally smooth surface with an impressive pictorial depth.

dimensions:

Paper Size: 28 x 35 cm (11 x 14 inches) with border

Paper Size: 40 x 50 cm (16 x 20 inches) with border

Staircase, Black And White Signed Art Print

Staircase, Black And White Signed Art Print

Geometry, Tree, Black And White Art Print

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Dunwich Heath (Infrared film) by Paul Cooklin

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Twisted Branches, Anglesey Abbey by Paul Cooklin

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Lake, Dunwich Heath (Infrared film) by Paul Cooklin

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Treeline, Anglesey Abbey by Paul Cooklin

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Staircase, Anglesey Abbey by Paul Cooklin

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Dunwich Heath 2015



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Latest Images



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Anglesey Abbey & Gardens 2015



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Featured Silver Gelatin Prints



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Vogue Italia



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The Peak District 2013



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Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Co. 2009

The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, known affectionately as 'The Middy', was a classic case of a rural railway that never paid its way. Built in the Edwardian era, it was a late-comer to the railway scene, at a time when mechanized transport was making an appearance on the roads. It effectively went broke before it opened but still managed to struggle on for almost 50 years! This fine example of quirky English history is remembered in Suffolk's only railway museum, also called the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Co., which is dedicated to keeping alive the memories of the Middy by conserving historical documents as well as preserving the hardware which goes to make up a working railway. The collection of rolling stock is heavily biased towards the Great Eastern Railway, being the mainline railway with which the Middy connected at Haughley and our passenger carriages all date from the 19th Century.

The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, known affectionately as 'The Middy', was a classic case of a rural railway that never paid its way. Built in the Edwardian era, it was a late-comer to the railway scene, at a time when mechanized transport was making an appearance on the roads. It effectively went broke before it opened but still managed to struggle on for almost 50 years! This fine example of quirky English history is remembered in Suffolk's only railway museum, also called the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Co., which is dedicated to keeping alive the memories of the Middy by conserving historical documents as well as preserving the hardware which goes to make up a working railway. The collection of rolling stock is heavily biased towards the Great Eastern Railway, being the mainline railway with which the Middy connected at Haughley and our passenger carriages all date from the 19th Century.
Source: Collections

Landguard Fort, Felixstowe 2009

<img src="http://cdn.c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000ulGlohT3N2E/s/500/I0000ulGlohT3N2E.jpg" alt="A Short History of the Fort

Harwich Harbour, at the mouth of the River Orwell, has always been the best safe haven for large ships between the rivers Thames and Humber. The rivers Orwell, Stour and Deben stretch several miles inland and were ideal highways for trade and raiders. Landguard Fort dominated the navigable channel on the northern bank of the River Orwell, whilst the Redoubt at Harwich guarded the harbour entrance along with a large battery at Shotley.

There have been a number of fortifications built on Landguard Point over the years. In 1543 Henry VIII had two blockhouses built which rapidly deteriorated, so in 1552 the guns were returned to the Tower of London. In 1628, a new Fort was built of earth revetted with wood. It was square with a bastion on each corner. In 1666, under Charles II, repairs were completed and a brick wall constructed around the Fort. In 1667, during the second Dutch War, on the orders of Admiral de Ruyter, 1500 Dutch marines (musketeers, pikemen, sailors (as grenadiers) and small cannon) landed at Cottage Point (now Cobbolds Point) and under the command of Colonel Thomas Dolman (an English officer who had served with Cromwell and, like many professional soldiers, had changed sides) attacked the Fort from the landward side. The Duke of York and Albany's Maritime Regiment of Foot, commanded by Captain Nathaniel Darell, repulsed the Dutch assault.” />

A Short History of the Fort

Harwich Harbour, at the mouth of the River Orwell, has always been the best safe haven for large ships between the rivers Thames and Humber. The rivers Orwell, Stour and Deben stretch several miles inland and were ideal highways for trade and raiders. Landguard Fort dominated the navigable channel on the northern bank of the River Orwell, whilst the Redoubt at Harwich guarded the harbour entrance along with a large battery at Shotley.

There have been a number of fortifications built on Landguard Point over the years. In 1543 Henry VIII had two blockhouses built which rapidly deteriorated, so in 1552 the guns were returned to the Tower of London. In 1628, a new Fort was built of earth revetted with wood. It was square with a bastion on each corner. In 1666, under Charles II, repairs were completed and a brick wall constructed around the Fort. In 1667, during the second Dutch War, on the orders of Admiral de Ruyter, 1500 Dutch marines (musketeers, pikemen, sailors (as grenadiers) and small cannon) landed at Cottage Point (now Cobbolds Point) and under the command of Colonel Thomas Dolman (an English officer who had served with Cromwell and, like many professional soldiers, had changed sides) attacked the Fort from the landward side. The Duke of York and Albany's Maritime Regiment of Foot, commanded by Captain Nathaniel Darell, repulsed the Dutch assault.
Source: Collections

El Morro Fort, Havana, Cuba 2010

El Morro Fort, Havana, Cuba | Black & White Film Photography

El Morro Fort, Havana, Cuba | Black & White Film Photography
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Flora | Colour



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Winter Landscape, Suffolk | Colour



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Felbrigg Hall 2014



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Windmill, Pakenham 2011



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Architecture, Havana, Cuba 2010



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Architecture, Havana, Cuba



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Rocks III, Combe Martin, North Devon (Infrared Film) 2011

Rocks III, Combe Martin, North Devon | Black and White Infrared Film Photography

Rocks III, Combe Martin, North Devon | Black and White Infrared Film Photography
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Treeline, Beccles, Suffolk 2013

Treeline, Beccles, Suffolk

Treeline, Beccles, Suffolk
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Candes Saint Martin, France 2014



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Venice, Italy 2009 | Colour

Venice, Italy 2009

Venice, Italy 2009
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Blickling Estate 2014

The story of the estate unfolds over a thousand years.  The landscape with its hedges and narrow tree-lined lanes has changed little over the centuries and is quintessentially Norfolk.

The story of the estate unfolds over a thousand years. The landscape with its hedges and narrow tree-lined lanes has changed little over the centuries and is quintessentially Norfolk.
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Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Co. 2015



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Kennick Resevoir, Devon 2010



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Stairs, Wimpole Estate by Paul Cooklin

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Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)” />


Black & White Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)
Copyright: Paul Cooklin
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Cromer, North Norfolk 2012



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Greenwich, London – Berkeley Gallery Exhibition 2012

Greenwich, London - Berkeley Gallery Exhibition | Black & White Film Photography

Greenwich, London – Berkeley Gallery Exhibition | Black & White Film Photography
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The Streets of Havana, Cuba 2010

The Streets of Havana, Cuba | Black & White Film Photography

The Streets of Havana, Cuba | Black & White Film Photography
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Beach Huts, Dawlish Warren 2010

Beach Huts, Dawlish Warren, Devon 2010 |  Black & White Film Photography

Beach Huts, Dawlish Warren, Devon 2010 | Black & White Film Photography
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London 2010

Architecture, London | Black & White Film Photography

Architecture, London | Black & White Film Photography
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King's College Chapel, Cambridge, England by Paul Cooklin

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Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)” />


Black & White Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)
Copyright: Paul Cooklin
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King's Parade, Cambridge by Paul Cooklin

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Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)” />


Black & White Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)
Copyright: Paul Cooklin
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Doormen, King's College, Cambridge by Paul Cooklin

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Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)” />


Black & White Silver Gelatin Fibre Print
Signed Limited Edition Original (Paul Cooklin)
Copyright: Paul Cooklin
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Teignmouth Bowls



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Vintage Cars, Havana, Cuba

Vintage Cars, Havana, Cuba | Colour Film Photography

Vintage Cars, Havana, Cuba | Colour Film Photography
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Barber, Havana, Cuba

Barber shop in a old colonial building, Havana, Cuba

Barber shop in a old colonial building, Havana, Cuba
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