Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Overlooking Victoria’s Inner Harbor, the building is open to the public year round. Tours are offered to learn about British Columbia’s Legislative Assembly and to see the wonderful architecture, which is Baroque Revival, Rennaisance Revival and Romanesque Revival. It was opened to the public in 1898. To get this image I climbed to the top floor of another building across from it.
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Non-Matted photograph prints are of excellent quality using photograph paper with a smooth glossy texture for a professional finish, which enhances color intensity. The print is expertly packaged and delivered right to your door ready for framing. Each print is signed by Jo Jones.
Matted photograph prints are of excellent quality using photograph paper with a smooth glossy texture for a professional finish, which enhances color intensity. The print is mounted with acid free matting and backer board ready for framing. Each print is signed by Jo Jones.
Fine Art Prints are professionally printed to our specifications by a very well established American company. The paper is 310 gms 100% cotton bright white, water-resistant fine art paper with a luxurious, textured velvet surface ideal for photographic reproduction. The paper is archival certified for 100+ years, meeting Archival Standards for pH and lightfastness. The fine art print is expertly packaged and is delivered right to your door ready for framing.
Canvas are professionally printed and constructed to our specifications by another very well established American company. The canvas frames are made with ridged warp-resistant construction using artist grade canvas using archival inks; they have an enclosed back dust cover; UVB protected spray to protect against fading and moisture; guaranteed for 100 years. Each canvas is gallery wrapped in a 1.5 inch thick wrap. The canvas are expertly packaged and are delivered right to your door.
Note - Some enlargements of the images may result in a slight change in the edges of the composition or resolution.