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Looking Up the Yosemite Valley-Albert Bierstadt-Lamina Framed Poster

Looking Up the Yosemite ValleyBy Albert Bierstadt

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Frame
Soho Thin
Glass
Laminate
Finished Size
12"" x 10""
$39.95
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About This Piece
The Art
This lamina framed poster shields your image with laminate, rather than glass or acrylic, to provide an affordable alternative to custom framing. The Lamina framed poster is light and easy to hang, protecting your poster from fading, dust, fingerprints, and moisture.
Product ID: 39421607575A
The Artist
Albert Bierstadt’s grand paintings have the transformative powers to transfix viewers with simple wonder inherent in nature’s beauty. Bierstadt (1830 – 1902), a German Luminist painter who relocated to the United States, is acclaimed for his precise and natural rendering of subjects suffused in shimmering light. Overwhelmed by majestic scenery during his travels to the West, Bierstadt strove to convey its beauty to residents from the east. Known for immense, dramatic canvases of the Rocky Mountains and Yosemite, Bierstadt founded the Rocky Mountain School of Landscape Painting.
The Frame
True to its name, SOHO embraces all artwork from ultra contemporary to traditional. Versatile and sleek, this is our most popular collection. Available in black, white, gray, natural, espresso, mahogany, silver, gold and bronze. For smaller pieces, try the Chelsea collection.

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Width:
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Wood
1"
0.625"
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