What print formats are available?
We propose 3 print sizes:
- Small 24x30 cm / 9.5x11.8 inches: 130€
Medium 30x40 cm / 11.8x15.7 inches: 220€
Large 40x60 cm / 15.7x23.6 inches: 300€
Consult us for any other format so that we can establish a quote.
What are the characteristics of the proposed paper?
All our photographs are printed on 315g baryta paper: Ideal for contrasting images, baryta silver paper is a glossy paper on a thick cardboard support. Its barium sulphate (or baryta) surface gives it exceptional whiteness and durability.
Today, manufacturers have modernized baryta paper prints produced by pigment inkjet are of incredible quality, equal to vintage prints.
What types of frames can I order?
We offer different models.
All our frames have technical properties of solidity and immutability and are made in Europe.
- Light Oak: wood veneer on aluminium. Colour light brown/ beige
- Wenge: wood veneer on aluminium. Colour tobacco brown.
- Matt and velvety black anodized aluminum
- 24x30 cm / 9.45x11.81 inches: matt black 45€, wood venner 65€
- 30x40 cm / 11.81x15.75 inches: matt black 55€, wood venner 75€
- 40x50 cm / 15.75x19.69 inches: matt black 75€, wood venner 95€
Nielsen Alpha Frames:
Frame profile of 8 mm wide when viewed from the front, 26 mm height, 2 mm thick mineral glass with polished edges.
What should I know about prints?
All our prints are chromogenic prints (silver process from a digital file) on photo paper. A perfect marriage between historical know-how and modern digital technologies, they will satisfy the most demanding in terms of quality and conservation.
Each print reproduces the image in the state where it is visible on the screen. However, after each order we examine the image file, and can slightly retouch it in order to provide you with the best print possible. Some images, damaged by time, show defects (scratches, stains, dust, etc.); before printing them we erase most of these marks of time, while/still respecting the history of the image. We deliver to you images clean and faithful to them.
Watermarked "Roger-Viollet" logo on digital images will not appear when printed.
Our prints are not numbered, unless otherwise stated.
For each print, a certificate of authenticity on which is affixed our dry stamp "Roger-Viollet" will be sent to you separately by post.
What are the terms and costs related to the delivery of the prints?
Our production time is 7 working days, and then delivery times will depend on the country of delivery.
Delivery prices depend on the country of delivery
- France: 15€ for single picture / 25€ for framed picture
- European Union: 35€ for single picture / 45€ for framed picture
- Outside the European Union: 50€ for single picture / 70€ for framed picture
Our transport provider Chronopost makes all our deliveries.
We offer you the delivery to France (metropolitan) of any amounting minimum 150€.
You can also pick up your prints for free directly at the gallery by specifying it when you order:
Galerie Roger-Viollet, 6 rue de Seine, 75006 Paris, France
11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.
Closed on public holydays.
What are the payment options available?
To pay your order, we accept European credit cards like VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS and credit cards outside the European Union. Payments by PayPal are also possible.
If you don't have any of those means of payment, contact us, we will find a solution.
Under what conditions can I use the images on the site and the prints?
Our images are subject to copyright and may not be published without our permission.
The prints you acquire are for personal and private use only.
If you wish to use our images for professional use: public representation, commercial use, reproduction in a publication, a film, a documentary or on a website, you must obtain prior authorization and, where applicable, pay the rights of use.
You can send your request email to the Roger-Viollet agency, which manages rights for professional use, at the following address:
You are an interior designer or architect, click here.
Is it possible to consult the Roger-Viollet archives?
You can come and visit us (6 rue de Seine 75006 Paris), consult our archives from Tuesday to Friday, between 10:00 am and 6:00 pm, by making an appointment in advance by writing to us at