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Shot in Brooklyn, New York Empire State Building peeking through the Manhattan Bridge from an iconic perspective. Prints are carefully rolled, and shipped in kraft tube boxes.

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Upon completion in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge became the longest suspension bridge in the world, quickly earning its fame as a New York City landmark. As the only land passage between Brooklyn and Manhattan?then two separate cities?the bridge enabled ea

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Brooklyn Bridge New York Art PrintThis fine art print from the photography collection has excellent colour reproduction and fade resistance, producing premium artwork made to last. sku: PH0082

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Iron Clad 1 Year - 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, 3-5 Business Day Shipping & Free Shipping (48 Continental US)! CANVAS New York City NYC Skyline NIGHT Brooklyn Bridge Tribute Lights Lower Manhattan Panoramic Photo Cityscape 100% Satisfaction, Money Back Guarantee. If you don't like it, return it for a full refund. I love my art and I'm confident you will too. That's why I'm offering this guarantee. I want to make this a RISK FREE purchase for you. Prints are professionally gallery wrapped and ready to hang. Each print is hand stretched using quality, heavy canvas and coated for protection to last a lifetime. **Make an Impression** Imagine this as a gift for your son or daughter (boyfriend, girlfriend or anyone else) in the world. Their reaction will be priceless. Sure, you can hang some pictures or a cheap poster. But NOTHING will look as good as this canvas. ***Sizes, shipping, refunds, etc*** This canvas comes in either 1 panel or 3 panel style. Each style will have either Medium (M), Large (L), or Extra Large (XL) sizes. **Please make sure to measure your wall before ordering Shipping will take 3-5 business days and processing (printing, framing, packaging) will take between 1-3 business days but may take longer depending on work load. 100% Satisfaction, Money Back Guarantee. If you don't like it, return it for a full refund. I love my art and I'm confident you will too. That's why I'm offering this guarantee. I want to make this a risk free purchase for you.

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An aerial view of New York, focusing on the Brooklyn Bridge, looking toward Manhattan. To the right, in the distance, is the Empire State Building.Carol M. Highsmith (born 1946) is a photographer, author, and publisher who has photographed all 50 of the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico for 30 years. She specializes in documenting architecture, ranging from the monumental to the everyday and whimsical. Highsmith is donating her life ’s work of more than 100,000 images, copyright-free, to the Library of Congress, which established a rare one-person archive. Out of 14 million images, the Carol M. Highsmith collection is featured in the top six alongside of Mathew Brady and Dorethea Lange. Credit line: Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.Credit line: Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

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Brooklyn Bridge showing painters on suspenders" photographed by Eugene De Salignac, 1914. Born in Boston in 1861 into an eccentric family of exiled French nobility, de Salignac had no formal training in photography. In 1903, at the age of 42, his brother-in-law found him a job as an assistant to the photographer for the Department of Bridges, Joseph Palmer. After 3 years of apprenticeship, Palmer suddenly died, and in October 1906, de Salignac assumed his duties. As the sole photographer for the department from 1906 to 1934 (in 1916 it changed its name to the Department of Plant & Structures), he documented the creation of the city's modern infrastructure—including bridges, major municipal buildings, roads and subways. Most notably, he documented the construction of the Manhattan Bridge and the Queensboro Bridge, and the Manhattan Municipal Building but his most famous image is that of painters posing nonchalantly on the cables of the Brooklyn Bridge. Using a large-format camera and 8x10 inch glass-plate negatives, he shot over 20,000 images in his career. Most of these negatives and over 15,000 vintage prints are held by the New York City Municipal Archives. Into his 70s de Salignac was still climbing bridges and actively working, but he was forced to retire in 1934 despite a petition to Mayor La Guardia. [courtesy of Wikipedia]. Bridge Painting (now)

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Brooklyn Bridge, 1905, Marine Terminals, Poster, Large Photograph. New Haven/Bridgeport Terminal 20 with the Steamboat Chester Chapin. "The Chester W. Chapin, six generations removed from the family's pilgrim immigrant forebear, Deacon Samuel Chapin, was born in Ludlow, Massachusetts to Ephriam and Mary [Smith] Chapin, the youngest of seven children. He married Dorcas Chapin on June 1, 1825, and had four children, Abel Dexter, Margaret, Anna, and Chester W.The family moved to Chicopee and in 1806 his father died, leaving Chester and his brothers to maintain the family and work their farm. He attended common schools and Westfield Academy, Westfield, Massachusetts. One of his first paying jobs was when local cotton mills were being built, when he earned $1.50 a day. He quickly went into business for himself, opening a store, and in 1822 was appointed town tax collector, for which he received $80.Around 1826 he bought an interest in the stage line from Hartford, Connecticut to Brattleboro, Vermont, soon holding extensive mail and stage contracts. In 1831, when steamboats first began to run on the river between Hartford and Springfield, Massachusetts he bought an interest, soon became sole proprietor, and for about 15 years controlled all the passenger traffic on that route. He also became a large or principal owner of the steamship lines between New York City, Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut. He later extended his interests into railroads and banking, becoming founder, principal or president of many companies, including the Western Railroad, the Agawam (National) Bank, and the Connecticut River Railroad. He was one of the earliest advocates of a bridge over the Hudson River at Albany, New York. He served as member of the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention of 1853, president and director of the Western Railroad Corporation from 1854 to 1867, president of the Boston and Albany Railroad from 1868 to 1878, and a director until 1880." - Wikipedia

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© Chris Bliss About the ArtistAs a native New Yorker, Chris Bliss has found himself drawn to the many facets of cosmopolitan life. He finds his inspiration in the grandeur of urban skylines, the challenging and invigorating lifestyle of cities, and their isolated moments of respite from modern demands. His work reflects the insight of a broad artistic sensibility. Though always active in the field of photography, Bliss began his career as a concert pianist, having studied at the Vienna Academy of Music, Manhattan School of Music, and the University of Southern California. The discipline and attention to intricate detail that earned him his Masters degree is evident in his work. Today, Chris maintains residences on both the East and West Coast of the United States and is in high demand as a commercial photographer; a field characterized by the same pressure and creativity that pervades much of contemporary urbanism. Yet, his commercial work and his fine art are strongly connected by a keen sense of design that stamps each piece with marked individuality.

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