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No other man in the history of Adams County so devoted himself to artistically chronicling the relationship between people and the agricultural environment of south central Pennsylvania, as did Jim Lott. There are certainly other photographers whose work in this region is familiar because of their historical relationship to "The Battle of Gettysburg," but none can be regarded as a "cultural landscape photographer" with a sustained body of work documenting the area over many decades. His life's work and passion for photography, whether shot through his first Brownie camera or later through a Hasselblad, has only recently been discovered outside the circle of his close family and friends. Americas' Arts represents Mr. Lott's photographic estate.

The Series I (2005) and Series II (2008) photographic prints are in a lmited edition of 100, made directly from the negatives that Jim Lott produced. Consisting of thirty-two different images, each Series I or Series II print is numbered on the back of the photograph, with Mr. Lott's scanned signature embedded in the lower right hand corner to authenticate the work.   Depending on the image size, Series I and Series II prints are either 16" x 16", 16" x 20" or 16" x 23" and printed "full bleed" (no border).  The Series III (2012) prints are an open edition, measuring 12" x 18" and also have the photographer's scanned signature embedded in the image.

All photographic prints are on Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper, with a satin finish.  Series I and Series II photographic prints are $125 each, and Series III prints are $75 each.  A 10% discount is offered for orders of three or more prints.

Photographs may be ordered (click here for Order Form) by emailing us at  or calling our office at 717.486.4455