Richard Silver, Concertgebouw Amsterdam
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Richard Silver, Concertgebouw Amsterdam

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Est. Arrival: Mar 26 - Apr 07
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Seen first at One Kings Lane: This incredible image from Richard Silver captures the architectural splendor of The Royal Concertgebouw concert hall in Amsterdam. Printed on semi-gloss photo paper, this work is displayed in a shadowbox frame and arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Richard Silver
Dimensions: frame size, 22"L x 30"W x 1.25"D; image size, 16.5"L x 24.5"W
Finish: frame, whitewash
Frame Details: maple/Plexiglas/white cotton rag mat
Made Of: giclée print on semi-gloss photo paper
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77406585
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Mar 26 - Apr 07
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New York native Richard Silver’s love for travel has brought him to more than 75 countries around the globe, where he’s able to shoot iconic architecture—both modern and ancient—as well as natural landscapes. Silver uses a variety of techniques like Tilt Shift, Vertical Panoramas, and Time Slice to present our everyday world in an altered visual context. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the country, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Skyscraper Museum, LaGrange Art Museum, and Krause Gallery in New York.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This incredible image from Richard Silver captures the architectural splendor of The Royal Concertgebouw concert hall in Amsterdam. Printed on semi-gloss photo paper, this work is displayed in a shadowbox frame and arrives ready to hang.

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New York native Richard Silver’s love for travel has brought him to more than 75 countries around the globe, where he’s able to shoot iconic architecture—both modern and ancient—as well as natural landscapes. Silver uses a variety of techniques like Tilt Shift, Vertical Panoramas, and Time Slice to present our everyday world in an altered visual context. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the country, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Skyscraper Museum, LaGrange Art Museum, and Krause Gallery in New York.