- Made in the USA
- Digital reproduction
- Printed by the Photograph Studio of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Includes wire for hanging
- Wood frame with gold finish
- 30 3/4''L x 17 1/4''W including frame
- Gift wrap not available
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Our print was reproduced from the earliest illustrated printed book that recounts a Christian pilgrimage to the Holy Land. The book was the work of Bernhard von Breydenbach, a German cleric and nobleman, who set out for Jerusalem in 1483, accompanied by an artist named Erhard Reuwich to illustrate the journey; he then published his book using the new technology of printing. An enormous success, the book was available in six languages by 1500, and Reuwich's image of Jerusalem established a standard for European artists who sought to capture its distinctive topography. This stunning framed print is taken from a five-page foldout in the book that shows Jerusalem with the Dome of the Rock at its center.
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