Print reproduction of Frederic Edwin Church's Cotopaxi which he painted in 1862 after a visit to Ecuador. In it, the viewer is suspended over an abyss, surrounded by smoke and mists, a burning sun, and dramatic effects of light.
Printed with 100% archival, acid free fine art cotton paper and wide gamut pigment inks. Archival inks have a color permanence rating of 100 years.
Great care has been taken to ensure color matching, from the digital capture of the image to the paper selection. These reproductions are of the highest quality and worthy of museum masterpieces such as this one.
Image measures 11 x 6.25 inches.
Fits into any standard 11 x 14 frame.
This archival print is a great memento from the exhibition, Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage, which was on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts from October 22, 2017 — January 15, 2018.
About the Artwork:
Frederic Edwin Church, (American, 1826 - 1900)
Oil on Canvas, 48 x 85 inches
Detroit Institute of Arts
Founders Society Purchase, Robert H. Tannahill Foundation Fund, Gibbs-Williams Fund, Dexter M. Ferry Jr. Fund, Merrill Fund, Beatrice W. Rogers Fund, and Richard A. Manoogian Fund