THE PRICE OF THIS MATTED ETCHING INCLUDES A FRAME, WHICH MEASURES FOURTEEN INCHES WIDE BY ELEVEN INCHES HIGH. THE BLACK PAINTED WOOD FRAME INCLUDES AN ACID FREE, WHITE MAT. MOREOVER, THE ARTWORK ARRIVES WIRED AND READY TO HANG. The work was adapted from a 2017 photo taken in Budapest by the artist’s friend. Di Falco executed three graphite drawings of the photo before reaching his final plate design. Di Falco hand printed this edition, ONE of FOUR, at The Center for Works on Paper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He limited each published edition to five etchings. Media includes French oil-base etching ink, RivesBFK white paper, and mulberry bark paper from Thailand. The image size, which also reflects the size of the zinc etching plate, is eight inches wide by six inches high, and the framed print paper is fifteen inches wide by eleven inches high. The etching depicts an architectural view of The Dohány Street Synagogue, Europe’s largest. The structure, built between 1854-1859 according to Ludwig Förster’s design, measures 75 metres long by 27 meters wide. The building’s style is blend of Moorish, Byzantine, Romantic, and Gothic. The Hebrew inscription is from Exodus, Chapter 25, verse 8 “And let them make Me a sanctuary that I may dwell among them.”Eight pointed stars decorate the building throughout, and eight is the symbolic number for God. The detail images pictured show print numbers TWO, FOUR, and FIVE of this edition.