THIS ORIGINAL DIFALCO ETCHING IS SOLD ALREADY FRAMED UNDER GLASS AND MATTED IN AN ACID FREE, WHITE MAT. THE 14 INCH HIGH BY 11 INCH WIDE FRAME IS COMPOSED OF BLACK PAINTED WOOD, AND IS WIRED AND READY TO HANG. Note that the detail image is actually print number three in this third edition. The etching is executed on two zinc plates in order to give viewers the illusion of looking at the scene as if through a double pane window. This technique is one of Di Falco’s trademarks in etching. Each metal plate is 4 inches by 3inches high, making the overall image 4 inches wide by 6.20 inches high, or about 10 by 16 cm. This is Print Number One of the THIRD of four editions. Each edition is limited to five etchings. The work was manually printed and published by the artist at The Center for Works on Paper, 705 Christian Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. The media include oil based etching ink from Paris, RivesBFK white paper, and a Thai mulberry bark paper, which was used in the Chine colle process. This original fine art work used the etching techniques of aquatint, intaglio, and Chine collè. The scene was based on a photograph taken by the artist in Segovia, Spain. A stork nesting on a chimney is quite a normal sight in Segovia, and the artist captured this image next to an ancient Roman aqueduct.