In 1943, Ansel Adams (1902-1984), America's most well-known photographer, documented the Manzanar War Relocation Center in California and the Japanese-Americans interned there during World War II. Although a majority of the more than 200 photographs are portraits, the images also include views of daily life, agricultural scenes, and sports and leisure activities.
A curator-approved, high resolution digital image of this wonderful photograph has been printed on matte finish fine art paper, mounted to masonite board, and then finished in a 2-inch deep hard wood frame which has been hand-stained in the color of your choice. All artblocks use images reproduced in their entirety, without cropping or over-printing with text. A label printed with all the relevant info about the painting is affixed to the back of each product. Arrives at your door complete with an easy to use self-leveling hanging kit but product is designed to sit upright on a shelf.
Approximate sizes (as mounted on the wall):
S - 14.5" wide x 10.7" tall x 2" deep
M - 20.5" wide x 15" tall x 2" deep
L - 28.5" wide x 20.8" tall x 2" deep