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Crossing The Storm, 1940, Colorized

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Collectible museum-grade fine art print, hand-printed in England and individually finished with a monogram emboss. Each sale directly supports the artisan. Listed dimensions include a white border for easy framing.


The composition of this particular shot is fantastic. I think Vachon has really captured the majesty of North Dakota's rolling landscapes, and the brewing storm clouds add to the drama. – Jordan J. Lloyd

Taken: October, 1940
McHenry County, North Dakota, United States
John Vachon
Remaster & Colorization: 
Jordan J. Lloyd  
Original Format: 
Original safety negative
Commercial Use: 
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Presented on 315gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta; a pleasantly warm, pure cotton paper with subtle texture, providing excellent reproduction of colour and detail, deep blacks, and perfect contrasts.


"North Dakota landscape. McHenry County."

Crossing The Storm, 1940, Colorized
Crossing The Storm, 1940, Colorized
Crossing The Storm, 1940, Colorized
Crossing The Storm, 1940, Colorized

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We honour the past by restoring historical images to the same quality as the day they were created. To serve the artist’s intent, we remaster, reconstruct, sharpen, colour-correct, colorize and enlarge their image with total devotion to historical authenticity. That makes your print a window to the past as it was. See for yourself.



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