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Welcome to the Afterimage Gallery website. We are located in Dallas, Texas and are one of the oldest art galleries in the world devoted to photography. This is our 44th year of operation. We provide a large variety of photography at a wide range of prices.

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We have moved! We are now located at 2613B Fairmount Street, two blocks away from the old gallery.
The new space is smaller, but it's quite beautiful. When in Dallas, do come see us!



Andreas Feininger, Route 66
Andreas Feininger, Route 66, Arizona, 1953
A Variety of Photographs









Specially Priced Prints

Catalogue of collectible photographs priced considerably below market





Michael Massaia
Our Photographers
Barbara Morgan
Prints of Particular Interest
Earlier Shows
Essential Links
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For the last few decades, photography has been discovered by many collectors, museums and corporations. It's an art medium available at many price levels and represents an outstanding art investment.

For those new to this site, the left-hand picture above connects you with photographers who we mostly directly represent (many of these prints are not in the gallery but can be ordered). The right-hand link goes to a page of prints that are more difficult to find, often by photographers who have passed on (some of these prints may have sold and not yet taken off the page). Also, we are one of the few photographic gallery sites that publishes prices, with a few exceptions and subject to change. Please let us know of any questions or concerns via phone (214-871-9140) or email.













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AFTERIMAGE GALLERY
2613B Fairmount Street
Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: (214) 871-9140
Toll free: (877) 868-5462
Fax: (801) 858-5282 



Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday-Saturday
E-mail us at images@afterimagegallery.com

Ben Breard, Owner/Director





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