This double zinc-plate etching incorporates the studio techniques of INTAGLIO, AQUATINT, and DRYPOINT It is executed in oil-based colored inks on Domestic Etch, color of tan. This is the first print of five in the Last Edition of the Third of Three Editions. All EDITIONS are limited to only five prints per edition. This etching takes its inspiration from a black and white photo archived in the US Library of Congress, Washington, DC, Carnegie Collection, Prints and Pictures Department. The scene from 1937-1938 was shot by female photographer, Francis Benjamin Johnson, born in 1864 and passed in 1952. This urban, architectural landscape highlights a courtyard, located at 620-621 Governor Nichols Street in the French Quarter neighborhood of New Orleans. My intaglio etching is executed on Rives BFK white paper imported from France and printed using a blend of three oil-based, Charbonnel Brand inks from Paris. My image is etched on two individual zinc plates that each measure seven-inches high by five-inches wide. My use of multiple plates induces the feeling of viewing the scene through two windowpanes. The work was hand-printed by the artist on a heavy-duty Strand press manual at The Center for Works on Paper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania US. The paper print size is 15 inches wide by 11 inches high, or 27.940cm x 38.100cm.