About the Webb Building on Pearl Street Photograph in Buffalo New York.
This Buffalo, NY image was personally photographed and digitally edited by myself. The Webb Building on Pearl Street Photograph in Buffalo New York is available as a print and as a Ready To Hang - Float Mount image. The Webb Building on Pearl Street Photograph in Buffalo New York is available in 5 print and 5 Float Mount sizes.
All Webb Building Float Mounted Photographs are "Ready To Hang". They have been laminated to protect the photographic image from moisture and dirt. The ultra-hard scratch resistant laminated surface is water resistant and can be cleaned easily with a soft cloth or towel.
I then float mount the Webb Building Photograph on a lightweight, yet rigid, black acrylic substrate which is excellent for mounting photographic images thus giving it a sturdy surface to hang on the wall.
The substrate board is then attached wood extension(s) on the back enabling it to “Float off the wall” it is hanging on. Floating artwork creates such a lovely effect that can enhance the overall beauty of the artwork and look great on any wall. an image I originally created, and is individually produced to order in my Buffalo, NY studio.
This piece has been produced by using archival material with professional imaging equipment and pigment inks for the highest image quality saturation, depth of color, and brilliance.
- - handmade by the artist with computer assistance and signed.
- - produced to order in my Buffalo, NY studio.
- - framed piece weighs about 1-2 pounds depending on size chosen.
- - ready to hang, all hanging hardware supplied.
- - available in various sizes as a print or as a Float Mount, see drop down menus for sizes, and prices.
A little background/history of the Webb Building on Pearl Street Photograph in Buffalo New York
-The Webb building, which was erected in 1888
-The Webb building is the best example of Richardsonian Romanesque commercial architecture remaining in Buffalo.
-The Webb building is part of a group of nineteenth-century commercial structures and are among the last remnants in downtown Buffalo of buildings with ground
floor cast-iron storefronts.