Bathed in a cool, even light, the interior of St Bavo in Haarlem instantly recalls the painting of the Flemish Renaissance. This photograph taken diagonally across the nave focuses on the repeating Gothic bay with its large expanse of wall surface and the light falling on it from the southern clerestory.
The photograph is c.185x105mm and is produced with the highest-quality archival inks on an archival photographic paper to convey all the qualities of the original image. The print run is limited to 150 and each print is available unmounted or set in a 10×12” acid-free mount, ready for you to frame.
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