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La Jetée-Promenade

Broad Street Fine Art

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La Jetée-Promenade
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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 1900-1910

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

France

Materials:

paper

Size:

2" W x 24" H

Color/Finish:

matte

Why We Love This

Photograph of the Jetée-Promenade, Nice, France, circa 1891. The original black-and-white photograph was painstakingly hand colored to add vibrancy. The pier was eventually torn down by the Germans in 1944, who stripped it of its copper, bronze, brass and wiring. Archival pigment print from the original photograph. Image, 22"L x 14"H.
As described by Broad Street Fine Art

Why We Love This

Photograph of the Jetée-Promenade, Nice, France, circa 1891. The original black-and-white photograph was painstakingly hand colored to add vibrancy. The pier was eventually torn down by the Germans in 1944, who stripped it of its copper, bronze, brass and wiring. Archival pigment print from the original photograph. Image, 22"L x 14"H.

About Broad Street Fine Art

Broad Street Fine Art is a custom framing studio, fine art printing facility and art gallery located in the metro Atlanta area. We are proud to bring our carefully curated collection of original artworks and limited edition prints to the customers of One Kings Lane. The artists we represent include many of the most-talented photographers, painters, illustrators and sculptors from around the world.