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Photograph Tapestry featuring the photograph Reflections of Architecture by Richard Gehlbach

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Reflections of Architecture Tapestry

Richard Gehlbach

by Richard Gehlbach

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Our lightweight, microfiber tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

Design Details

In 2010, I had the pleasure of visiting Antwerp, Belgium. This city has beautiful architecture and wonderful people. Antwerp has quite a history. ... more

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Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Christopher McKenzie

Christopher McKenzie

Good eye, Richard.

Artist's Description

In 2010, I had the pleasure of visiting Antwerp, Belgium. This city has beautiful architecture and wonderful people. Antwerp has quite a history. I could go into detail but that would become lengthy. Suffice it to say the city dates back beyond the Roman times. Like most cities in Europe their has been battles and occupations by other countries as well. In more current times, Antwerp was very important to both the Allies and the Germans during WWII. Antwerp is a huge port that receives ships of all sizes that unload massive amounts of cargo every day. Today Antwerp is the second largest port in Europe. During WWII it was just as big and thus just as important. Initially the allies chose to bypass Antwerp during Operation Overlord, the invasion of Normandy. The thought process was that if British General Montgomery could make a quick charge to the Rein River and into Germany’s industrial area, the war would end quickly. However, like most well laid plans, that was not to...

About Richard Gehlbach

Richard Gehlbach

Two of my passions are traveling and photography. I caught the traveling bug when I was in the military. The love for photography actually developed when I was trying to capture memories of my children as they were growing older. What better way to spend my retirement than to travel and try to improve my photographic skills. I hope you enjoy these photographs. Photographs can enhance the beauty of your home or office. They can bring light into a room or happiness into your heart. If any of these photographs or those of other artists are of interest to you, simply click on the photograph to review purchasing options. Thanks for visiting.

 

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