This print features a reproduction of Alejandro Merizalde's photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge, which connects Brooklyn and Manhattan. Finished in 1883, it's one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States and it was a massively risky and expensive project that took 14 years to complete. An icon of New York City, it is shown here with the September 11th memorial lights.
Alejandro Merizalde is a professional photographer living in New York City whose work focuses primarily on architecture and landscape photography.
Size11h x 14"w
MaterialMatted print packaged in a clear cellophane envelope. The mat is not attached to allow for replacement if desired.
Year of Design2015
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