print in high-gamut digital ink on fine-art archival 250-gsm paper
image size, 17" x 13"; framed, 23" x 19"
Why We Love This
A wonderful print of an original photograph by Weegee entitled "People with umbrellas, Greenwich Village, New York," taken circa 1945. Copyright Weegee/International Center of Photography, 16670 (1993).
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