This photograph was taken in the shadow of a house depicted by the artist Edward Hopper, who visited Gloucester several times in the 1920s. I was unaware of this at the time of taking the picture, but the scene reminded me of a Hopper painting.
From the exhibition "Pictures In Need Of A Soundtrack"
The image is printed on archive Giclee paper, working with a local printer to ensure high standards of print quality. The print has a minimum archive expectancy of 60 years.
Only 10 will be produced from each image at 20x24", and each print will be signed, numbered, with a certificate of authenticity.
12x10" size also available in a limited edition of 25.
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