Black and white photograph of a young woman's face carved on the Drhumor Building (pronounced "drummer") on 48 Patton Avenue in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Built in 1895, the building features a set of carved faces, believed to have been modeled by local citizens, created by English sculptor Frederick Miles, who also worked on the nearby Biltmore Estate.  This photograph is one of a set of six, designed to be displayed together.
$96.00

Black and white photograph of a young woman's face carved on the Drhumor Building (pronounced "drummer") on 48 Patton Avenue in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. Built in 1895, the building features a set of carved faces, believed to have been modeled by local citizens, created by English sculptor Frederick Miles, who also worked on the nearby Biltmore Estate.

This photograph is one of a set of six, designed to be displayed together.

Archival Pigments Prints on Baryta Surface Fine Art Paper:

  • Museum quality, heavy-weight, bright white fine art paper
  • Baryta coated with a surface similar to darkroom fiber-based prints
  • Acid-free and lignin-free
  • Very best archival quality, tonal contrast, and surface beauty
  • Includes white border for easier framing
  • Signed in the white space below the bottom right corner of the print
  • Comes to you carefully packaged, without frame or top mat
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