Explore the award-winning publication The Gryphons of Paris on our web site. Take a leisurely, interactive journey through this hand-crafted volume, and view the thirty–three stunning photos included in the book. And, don't miss this chance to purchase the new issue of The Gryphons of Paris Limited Edition Portfolio. Now available for the first time expertly rendered in platinum and palladium metals over Arches mould-made paper, this set of ten beautiful images is an opportunity any serious collector will not want to miss.
And, check out our News Page, featuring future exhibitions, publishing projects, and gallery news. Additional announcements about these activities will, from time to time, be sent to all of our collectors via E-mail.
Then, pay a visit to the brand new, expanded Ronald Hurwitz Photography web site. The image bank features hundreds of his most impressive works, spanning the period from the early 1980's in Paris right up to his most recently exhibited surrealist experiments of 2006.
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The Gryphons of Paris by Ronald Hurwitz has reached an international audience. This premier publication can now be found in prestigious libraries and public collections such as the Harvard University Library, the National Library of Canada, the International Center of Photography in New York, and the Bibliothèque nationale in Paris. To access the complete list, please click here.


The thirty-four photographs preserved in The Gryphons of Paris Archive Collection, are the original set of unique prints used for the offset lithography of the book and were printed to archival standards by the photographer.

Artifacts: contact sheets, press proofs, imposition dummy and
the original casting manuscript, are the work product of the project and are presented with copy 1/200 of the book, signed by the author.The lipped-clamshell boxes have been fabricated by hand for this project by Lumiere Press. Bound in linen cloth with letterpress labels on Somerset rag paper.To view this, our most recent work, please click here.