“The Empire State Building Fine Art Print is one of my favorite photographs. It was shot in High Line Park, and it’s a reminder of how the Empire State Building dominated the skyline in Midtown for decades. It won’t for much longer. New West Side construction alters the skyline, and we’re left with nostalgia for a vanishing city.” — Fine Art Photographer Deborah Julian
The Empire State Building Fine Art Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 inch *giclee. Deborah Julian does not outsource. All prints are finished in her workshop, using Archival Epson Papers. Print are signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
The Empire State Building has a powerful footprint, and it mocks the newer glass towers piling up around it. It says no one knows how to make a real building anymore.
I love the building’s lobby. It feels solid and unbreakable. This picture reflects that feeling.
Some other views to consider…
(*Giclée is a process for reproducing fine art prints from a digital source, typically using 8-Color to 12-Color ink-jet printers. The quality of the giclee print is excellent-superior in color and detail. Giclée prints are the standards found in museums and art galleries. Image quality for all street photography in Pictures Of New York is reviewed and guaranteed by Deborah Julian.)