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Muybridge, Animal Locomotion, 1887

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Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904)
print in high-gamut digital ink on fine-art archival 250-gsm paper
Frame details:
image, 16.3" x 13"; framed, 22.3" x 19"
Frame finish:
matte black

Why We Love This

A stunning reproduction of an original work by Eadward Muybridge entitled "Draped woman walking and carrying child on her left arm" (Animal Locomotion, 1887, plate 36). Collection of University of Southern California Libraries.
Born in England in 1830, Muybridge moved to the United States in 1852 and was subsequently commissioned by the government to take pictures of the Pacific Coast. His landscape photographs of California earned him international recognition in his own time, while his experiments in photographing rapid action have become landmarks in the history of photography.

About 1000Museums, Inc.

A premier provider of archival reproduction prints, 1000Museums has been trusted by museums such as the Louvre, the Guggenheim, and the Van Gogh Museum with publishing representations of the works in their collections. 1000Museums' mission is to support its partner museums and enable access to the world's greatest artwork.