The story of how the photographer Myron Bernstein captured this magical shot of San Francisco is all laid out on the back, in his own writing. It is an original photograph, signed and numbered, in an oak frame with brass accents. It is "taken from the Marin end of the Golden Gate" and by the time of this particular framing (1976), had already risen to the status of his most popular work, as well as having won several awards. So, nearly 40 years ago, this image had already lived a rich life...and our bet is, so had Mr. Bernstein. This particular framing was special, as he took the time to tell the story. An amazing gift for someone who has left their heart you-know-where.
19.5" x15.5" x 1.25"; image is 13.5" x 10.5
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