"Crane Eyeing Entry" | The Gamble House


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  • Unmounted print

The hanging sculpture of a crane looking toward the front entry is one of few objects moved from the Gamble's Cincinnati home. Made of bronze it was originally designed to burn incense.

Shot on August, 9th, 2010 for my book, "The Gamble House: Building Paradise in California".

Lovingly remastered and printed for this First Edition release by Alexander Vertikoff.

Limited, five print first edition. 21.75” x 6.75” image centered on 23.3125” x 8.25” Hahnemüle Photo Rag Baryta, 315 gsm, archival paper using pigmented UltraChrome K3 inks from Epson.

This print and authentication form are each certified through a hologram carrying a unique Vertikoff Archive print number, and are signed and numbered on the back.

The copyright/credit line visible within the images above is only visible on the images used on the internet, not the final prints.

The book, this image, and other images are available at the The Gamble House Bookstore. Be sure to tell them I said hi!