This print has been on exhibit, but is in excellent condition and shipped in original packing materials. This print size is 18 inches X 48 inches. Print shown in photo is not necessarily to scale.
Living corals at Bloody Bay Wall glow green when illuminated with pure blue light. The protein responsible is one of the most important areas of biomedical research today, using the properties of the proteins sampled from living corals. Working with scientists studying coral fluorescence, this image was produced in 2011 with a grant from the National Science Foundation and support from the American Museum of Natural History in New York.
||Jim Hellemn has made a career out of inventing ways to capture the spectacular colors and details of coral reefs. His images have appeared in National Geographic magazine, the American Museum of Natural History and are featured in several large-scale public attractions.
Limited Edition | Archival Glicée on Aluminum composite with satin anodized aluminum backing frame. Super Gloss UV Finish.
- 130 year + archival quality printing
- highest possible resolution
- custom print styles and sizes available
Shipped in lightweight foamed box.