Rhinelander Row - Seventh Ave. between 12th and 13th St.

Berenice Abbott

Struck by the rapid transformation of the built environment in pre-depression New York, Berenice Abbott saw the city's photographic potential. As she captured the evolving skyline and ever-changing streetscape, Abbott honed her documentary style photography. This all culminated in her exhibition “Changing New York” at the Museum of City in 1937. Today, her works can be found in the Museum of Modern Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum, among other world-renowned galleries.

Shipping is always free
  • We're so sure you'll love your Classic Print that we offer a 30-day, money-back guarantee.
  • All prints are made on large format Epson ink-jet printers with the finest archival pigments. We print exclusively on museum-quality cotton-rag paper by Hahnemuhle.
  • Our frames are contemporary yet elegant. Made from the highest quality wood moulding, they're offered in white, black, walnut and gold.
  • Our premium, 8-ply off-white mat is custom cut and beveled for a gallery-like appearance. It's also archival to ensure the longevity of your print.
  • Frames arrive at your door, complete with a hook and nail, perfectly crafted and ready to hang.