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A man lights a fellow worker's cigarette as they take a break on a Chrysler Building gargoyle in the 1940s. The print is set in a gesso and wood frame, which was hand-finished by craftsmen using traditional 17th century Florentine techniques. The frame is hand-painted in black.
William Stafford's reputation as the number one supplier of reproduction prints is unsurpassed. The London-based gallery is a treasure trove of fine-art prints, contemporary black and white photography, sepia photography and works in color. Because William Stafford commissions artists and photographers to create images, and because the company controls all aspects of print production, a consistently is ensured. By collaborating with master frame-makers William Stafford also ensures a steady flow of new and refreshing presentation ideas in pace with today's design trends.