1979 Seattle Summer Skyline, Clyde Keller photo art print
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"Seattle Summer Skyline"
The View Across Elliott Bay
Seattle, Washington, 1979
From original Kodachrome
This urban skyscape chronicles the Old Seattle skyline (the year Microsoft moved back to Seattle) in its last days before the onset of the 1980s and it's emergence as the Emerald City. As shown the harbor is bustling with activity as seen from atop West Seattle and looking across Elliott Bay towards the downtown area showing cargo container ships and ferries as well as a jet in flight over the emerging downtown skyline. The city still stands tall but the ferries have been replaced and the landscape has changed over the past three decades with many new skyscrapers populating the landscape. Part of a larger 1980 photographic art calendar project entitled "Market & Square." The popular calendar was dedicated to the many people who fought for the preservation of Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market... and to the Artisans, Farmers, Street Musicians, Merchants and everyone who has ever known the market and Square.
16x20 Inch Art Print
Image Dimensions are @11.3x17 inches
Heavyweight Epson Satin paper
Signed/Dated on lower white border
Clear Sleeved on foam core
Shipped flat, insured with delivery confirmation
This archival color giclee print offers an exquisite range of tonality and brilliancy faithfully capturing this vintage view now 30 years ago. Suitable for immediate safe viewing and ready for framing. The title art is on the print, but not the copyright information.
"Seattle Summer Skyline" Copyright © 1979 Clyde Keller
Archival art print made directly from Kodachrome, 2011 - Signed
counter installed on dec. 29, 2012
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