This beautiful print is an authorized reproduction of the classic Ansel Adams photograph. The mounting, overmatting, and framing makes for a classic presentation. 100% Made in America using the Ansel Adams Authorized Edition Wall Calendar.
About this Image
Adams did not enlist during World War II, but he very much wanted to make some patriotic contribution. Ralph Merritt, a Sierra Club friend and the director of the Manzanar Relocation Center, urged Adams to document the Japanese Americans interned at the center in Manzanar, California. Adams made hundreds of photographs there during 1943 and 1944. On one of his visits, he drove to a spot overlooking a field of boulders and took this picture. “There was a glorious storm going on in the mountains,” he wrote. “I set up my camera on the rooftop platform of my car,” which “enabled me to get a good view over the boulders to the base of the range.”
Made by using the Ansel Adams Authorized Edition Wall Calendar
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Ready to hang (wired backing)
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Print and Framing Details
Our Gallery makes framing easy, offering competitive rates simply based on the size of your artwork. Every frame is professionally built by our team of expert craftspeople using the highest-quality materials (wood or metal moulding, acid-free mats and foam core, and optional acrylic with 99% UV protection).
We have selected four different options to accommodate different preferences and environments – wood and metal, each with two profiles, and different colors. Plexi-glass is used to provide protection for the print during shipping and for display.
Offset printing on #80 cover stock paper
Mounted and double-matted with non-archival mat board
Image size approximately 10"x13”, finish size 16”x20”