Tom Green

Width: 16 Height: 20
Built in 1853 at the north end of San Francisco (the bridge overhead is the Golden Gate bridge). It was built to discourage foreign adventures from entering the bay. (The bridge was the background when Kim Novak jumped into the bay in the movie Vertigo!) My image is unique in that it captured only one visitor, which provides scale to the scene. The image is 14-inches on the long side and printed on Hahnemuhle gloss paper, which should hold the image without change for over 200 years. It is mounted in a simple 16x20 Artglass black frame with UV99 glass to protect the image from sun or harsh light.
Pickup location: Los Altos Hills
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"Fort Point Protecting San Francisco Area" by Tom Green

SKU: 3346-473
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