Skip to product information
1 of 4

jmanphoto

Buffalo Savings Bank & Electric Tower

Regular price $ 29.99
Regular price $ 0.00 Sale price $ 29.99
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Size

Float Mounted - Product details

All Float Mounted Sizes 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.
  • The Photo is then mounted on a lightweight, yet rigid, acrylic substrate which is excellent for mounting photographic images thus giving it a sturdy surface to hang on the wall. 
  • The acrylic substrate is then attached to a wood frame 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.
  • Easy to hang (all hardware provided) or stand on shelf (8x10, 6x19 sizes).
  • Finished size may vary up to 3/16" due to trimming/finishing of artwork.
  • The artwork is created using pigment inks for the highest image quality saturation, depth of color, and brilliance. Printed on archival paper.
Float mounted  8x10 size presented in protective window box
Buffalo Photo in Gift box
(ready to wrap for gift giving).
  • Print-only sizes are image, edge to edge. If you wish a white border around the pint-only-size, please request so in comments.

Copyright Bill Dziejman, Jman Photography. All Artwork is property of the artist and may not be reproduced, duplicated, or resold but is permitted for use on blogs when image is not sold but is attributed to Jman Photography. Original artwork shall not be used for promotional/for profit or non-profit uses. Copyright is retained by the artist following the sale of the item.

Shipping

Shipping

Your order will be printed, signed, assembled and packed by me just for you. Once that is complete your order will ship within 3-7 business days via USPS-Priority or UPS. You will receive a personal email confirming receipt of your order and the expected ship and arrival dates.

Once your item is shipped, it should arrive within the timelines specified by USPS or UPS. We cannot be responsible for delays in transit time caused by adverse weather conditions, missed hub pickups or failed delivery attempts

If you are in need of a rush order, please call me.  If I miss your call, leave a message and I will return the call promptly.

Thank You, 

Bill

Jman Photography

Phone 716.689.3143
wjd1096@gmail.com

Local Pick Up - Buffalo NY

Your more than welcome to pick up the artwork at my home studio. Hours are by appointment, but I am very flexible days/evenings/weekends. I am located in Williamsville NY, ( Transit Rd and Klein Road area)  Please call to set up a time.  716.689.3143.

Thank You,

Bill Jman

Jman Photography 

Buffalo Savings Bank & Electric Tower by Jman Photography - Wall Art

Related Information

 This Buffalo, NY image was personally photographed and digitally edited by myselfBill Jman-Jman Photography

About the Buffalo Savings Bank

The Buffalo Savings Bank building opened in May 1901. The building's signature feature is the gold-leafed dome, which measures 23 feet tall and 56 feet in diameter. It is covered with 13,500 terra-cotta tiles. The tiles originally were overlaid with copper, which took on a greenish hue. The tiles have been gilded three times. The last restoration required 140,000 paper-thin sheets of 23.75-carat gold leaf at a cost $500,000 (more than the initial cost of the building). The building contains a 9-foot clock above the main columned entrance. In 1991, the Buffalo Savings Bank company became insolvent and was dissolved. The building currently serves as a branch of M&T Bank and has been designated a City of Buffalo Landmark.

The Electric Tower (or General Electric Tower) is a historic office building and skyscraper located at the corner of Washington and Genesee Streets in Buffalo. It stands 294 feet and 14 stories tall and is in the Beaux-Arts Classical Revival style. It was designed by James A. Johnson and built in 1912. The tower was based upon an earlier Electric Tower constructed for the 1901 Pan-American Exposition. Additions were made in 1923 and 1928. The white terra-cotta clad was originally built as the Niagara Mohawk Building and features an octagonal tower which steps back three times to terminate in a large lantern.