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Product description: This work began as a high resolution aerial photograph, then I added artistic effects to the image, retaining most of the detail of the subject building, providing a traditional Brandywine School look but from a unique aerial perspective. The original photograph was taken from about 60 feet abvoe ground level, facing north. Just south of Smith's Bridge is the abandoned farm house on Ramsey Road (across the road from Ramsey Farm). There are great trails along the Brandywine and up the hill on Ramsey Road. Ramsey Farm is just across the road. This is part of Brandywine Creek State Park in the heart of the Brandywine Valley. Brandywine Creek State Park is now part of the First State National Historical Park. This is a Gicl้e fine art print, using archival inks on cold-press, acid-free 100% cotton rag watercolor paper, with an estimated 200 year archival life. Prints are 15.5” x 19.5” to fit mat opening of 16” x 20” and frame out to standard size frame holding a 20” x 24” mat. This is one of 250 limited-edition prints. Print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
 
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Abandoned Farm House I Ramsey Road

Fine Art Prints by Michael Melloy

Artwork Description: This work began as a high resolution aerial photograph, then I added artistic effects to the image, retaining most of the detail of the subject building, providing a traditional Brandywine School look but from a unique aerial perspective.

The original photograph was taken from about 60 feet abvoe ground level, facing north.

Just south of Smith's Bridge is the abandoned farm house on Ramsey Road (across the road from Ramsey Farm). There are great trails along the Brandywine and up the hill on Ramsey Road. Ramsey Farm is just across the road. This is part of Brandywine Creek State Park in the heart of the Brandywine Valley.

Brandywine Creek State Park is now part of the First State National Historical Park.

This is a Gicl้e fine art print, using archival inks on cold-press, acid-free 100% cotton rag watercolor paper, with an estimated 200 year archival life. Prints are 15.5” x 19.5” to fit mat opening of 16” x 20” and frame out to standard size frame holding a 20” x 24” mat. This is one of 250 limited-edition prints. Print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Michael grew up in Wilmington, Delaware. He is a graduate of Wilmington Friends School, Boston College and the University of Virginia. He has lived and worked in Boston, Washington, D.C, Manhattan, San Francisco, Lisbon, Portugal and Wilmington, Delaware, taking up photography with his travels. In late 2013, Michael did some long-term traveling, spending six months in Ecuador. Prior to the trip, he upgraded camera equipment and invested in a quadcopter with a camera, learning how to do aerial pictures and videos. While most people who fly focus...read more