This original etching by printmaker Gerard Jerry Di Falco shows the location of a winter landscape in Durham, England, and the scene features Durham Cathedral in the distance with snow, a stream, clouds, bridges, and trees. The etching was inspired by an albumin print from 1865, which was gifted to Cornell University by Andrew Dickson White, where it is now part of The A. D. White Architectural Photographs Collection, Cornell University Library. DiFalco etched the artwork on a zinc etching plate and then printed it on RivesBFK white paper. He used French Charbonnel brand, oil based etching inks. Five separate baths in a nitric-acid solution was required before the artist was satisfied with the plate. A Liquid Hard Ground from Paris was used to apply over the zinc. This work is from a very limited Edition of only five prints. Moreover only FOUR Editions will be produced. The etching style is quite painterly as a result of his unique plate wiping and ink application techniques. The studio techniques for this work included intaglio, drypoint, and aquatint. The zinc plate size is Nine inches wide by Twelve Inches High, or 22.860cm by 30.480cm. THE PRICE INCLUDES A FRAME and MAT. THIS ETCHING SHIPPED IN A PROFESSIONAL CARDBOARD BOX PACKED WITH BUBBLE WRAP. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR ART ARRIVES WIRED AND HEADY TO HANG. A WALL HOOK AND NAIL ARE ALSO INCLUDED.