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Summer Palace Poster featuring the photograph Roofscape, Beijing 2011 by Chris Honeyman


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8.00" x 6.00"


10.00" x 8.00"


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Roofscape, Beijing 2011 Poster

Chris Honeyman

by Chris Honeyman


Product Details

Roofscape, Beijing 2011 poster by Chris Honeyman.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Roofscape at the Summer Palace; impeccable maintenance of a symbol of the emperor, for public use. Beijing 2011

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Artist's Description

Roofscape at the Summer Palace; impeccable maintenance of a symbol of the emperor, for public use. Beijing 2011

About Chris Honeyman

Chris Honeyman

I've been photographing for decades as a needed alternative to working with words. I travel a fair amount, and most of the photographs shown here were made while on the road. My core subjects are people, especially at work, and the life and times of cities. But the balance changes from time to time. So it's not an accident that my first solo show (at the art department gallery of the University of Chicago) was entirely of people pictures. Nor that my longest-running such show to date* was entirely of architectural photographs. I'm also interested in landscape and its components, and in people's multiple and complicated relationships to the arts. (*2010 through 2013, in the reception rooms at Brittingham House, the formal residence of the...



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