On the Grand Canal

Venice, Italy
Size: Small
Frame: Black
Style: Classic Mat
  • All photography is printed with museum-quality Giclée standards on acid-free, Premium Archival Matte paper using archival inks.
  • Handcrafted here in the United States, our premium hardwood frames come in black, white, and a stunning natural wood.
  • Our Classic Mat prints include a 3" white 4-ply mat border to create quintessential space between the frame and artwork. *Only our small Classic Mat includes a 2.5" white 4-ply mat border for optimal spacing between the frame and artwork.
  • Our Full Bleed prints extend to the edge of the frame for a beautiful minimalist view and feel. Hidden spacers around the inside lip or "rabbet" of the frame create protective space between the acrylic glass and artwork.
  • Each photograph is protected behind artist-grade UV-blocking acrylic glass and all frames comes with hanging hardware already attached so your piece is ready to hang upon arrival.
Shipping & Returns
  • We provide free shipping to all continental U.S. orders. Please allow 5-10 business days for your order to ship. You'll receive an email with a FedEx tracking number once we ship your order.
  • Because each piece is custom printed and framed just for you, we are unable accept refunds. Once your order is submitted, we begin producing your artwork. For this reason we are unable to cancel or make changes to your order after 24 hours.
  • If your order arrives with any imperfections or damage from transit, just email us at support@harvestartgallery.com showing a picture of the damage to product and a picture of the package. *Please send a picture of the package even if it doesn't appear damaged. We'll repair or replace at absolutely no cost to you.

About the Artist

Born and raised in a small town in Wisconsin, Jake Steinle is an eclectic street photographer based in Chicago who brings an exciting mix of big city life, travel and history into his versatile photography.

Always toting a camera, Jake has an uncanny ability to translate unmediated chance encounters into styled pieces of art. Whether it's an unexpected rendezvous with an abandoned bike in Morocco or walking through an iconic piazza in Italy, he transmits the artistic experience back to his fans candidly.

Jake believes great photos represent something different to each viewer and strives to provide sincere images which then allow his audience to apply their own story and meaning to them. He's inspired and influenced by his favorite photographers Henri Cartier-Bresson, Walker Evans, Brassaï, André Kertész, Robert Frank, and Robert Doisneau.

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