This original photograph is currently for sale. At the present time, originals are not offered for sale through the Thomas Schneider - Artist Website secure checkout system. Please contact the artist directly to inquire about purchasing this original.
When I tell folks that my passion in photography is shooting abstracts, the most common reaction is confusion. This is the image I pull out to explain. This image of the historic "Tomato Warehouse" built in 1817. It was taken on Madison Street in the French Quarter in New Orleans. Ironically, the same place where "ya got dem shoes" when you're there!
The modern style of geometric elements is perfectly balance with flavor of the french quarter in the 300 year old brick, muted Caribbean paint colors and the silhouetted gaslight lamp. I love art that draws your mind into its mystery as well as its beauty. Like New Orleans itself, this piece has something for everyone.
This print is being offered for the first time in a limited edition of 20. It is printed on a heavy Hahnemuehle Photo Rag paper with UltraChrome PRO12 pigment for the highest quality color reproduction and archival standards. The 10-1/2 inch by 18 inch image has a one inch white border on three sided, with a traditionally weighted 2-1/2 inch border on the bottom. The borders offer increased flexibility of finishing options. Whether on display in an office, kitchen, den or family room, this piece is bound to capture attention and start conversations.
May 17th, 2023
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