Multiple-original giclée print in three sizes.
Vintage photograph of boys fishing from the FSA/OWI. One of the first wide-spread uses of color photography, the FSA/OWI deployed dozens of photographers to document the country as it exited the Great Depression and prepared to enter World War II. These unique photographs capture a time that is rarely seen depicted in color, creating haunting, almost unreal scenes.
This giclée print is created using archival, pigment-based inks and acid-free, 260 GSM-weight, cotton rag paper with a matte finish. This print is ready for matting and framing. Image size is slightly smaller than paper size.
This piece is printed on-demand by Chris and Roger in Sharon Springs, NY.
SIZES / OPTIONS
|Overall Size||Image Size||Price|
11" x 8½"
|10" x 7½"|
17" x 11"
|13⅓" x 10"|
22" x 17"
|20" x 15"|
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