Limited edition fine art photography presented as an acrylic face mount or an archival paper giclee.
Dimensions: 26″ x 40″. Custom sizes available upon request.
“The French claimed Louisiana as a colony in the 1690s and founded New Orleans in 1718. In 1721, the royal engineer, Adrien de Pauger, designed the city’s street layout. He named the streets after French royal houses and Catholic saints. Bourbon Street paid homage to France’s ruling family, the House of Bourbon. New Orleans was given to the Spanish in 1763 following the Seven Years’ War. The Great New Orleans Fire of 1788 destroyed 80% of the city’s buildings. The Spanish rebuilt many of the damaged structures, which are still standing today. For this reason, Bourbon Street and the French Quarter display more Spanish than French influence. The Americans gained control of the colony following the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. Bourbon Street was a premier residential area prior to 1900, but that changed when the Storyville red-light district was constructed on Basin Street near the French Quarter. The area became known for prostitution, gambling, and vaudeville acts. Jazz is said to have developed here… this place has many, many stories.” – Michael Slattery
Bourbon Street’s historic and lively energy is captured in this luminescent fine art photography. Bring that same energy to your room, restaurant, or lounge.
Experience a true artist’s touch with Slattery’s limited-edition, handmade, acrylic face mounts, which will allow you to display Slattery’s artwork just like you see in the leading galleries and museums. This premium product starts with an archival print on high-end photo paper. Using optically clear adhesive the image is mounted to acrylic, which creates remarkable depth and brilliance that will make an impact on any audience.
The premium luster photo paper option is a durable, fingerprint-resistant choice. We are happy to work with you on a custom frame order or we can ship you the limited edition, collectible fine art print rolled in a tube and you can work with a local framer. This is an excellent option for people located outside of Southern California due to the significant savings in shipping expenses.
Slattery’s decades of professional experience enable him to produce his own photography to the highest degree of quality. Witness the top-to-bottom process of bringing these stunning photographs to life in the video below. To learn more about fine art prints, read our blog post on the topic.