Rural upstate New York is home to many beautiful rivers named for the Indians that once populated the region. Here, the Susquehanna River is spanned by a charming, stone walking bridge. This is the first in a series of two paintings on the subject.
Our image capture, paper quality, and print method produce a beautiful, richly colored, fine giclee print that is almost indistinguishable from the original painting.
Paper: 310g William Turner Hahnemuhle – thick, subtly textured, off-white, archival quality fine art paper
Print Method: Giclee Inkjet – Canon Lucia 12 Ink Color System – Incredibly rich, true to life colors