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Framed Alpine Ski Photograph, Zermatt, Riffelalp, Matterhorn,

Reference
27680
Height
25.5 cm (10")
Width
39.5 cm (15 1/2")
Framed Height
41 cm (16 1/4")
Framed Width
56 cm (22")
Vintage Style Ski Photography, Framed Alpine Ski Photograph, Zermatt, Riffelalp, Matterhorn.
'MATTERHORN', a framed and mounted black and white photographic image after an original 1930's skiing photograph. The frame is a hand coloured reeded wooden black frame. Black & white alpine photos are the perfect addition to any home or ski lodge, so please do check out our other ski photos and winter landscapes. Prior to being a recreational activity skiing was purely a means of travelling from A to B through the snow, it only started to become the sport it is today in the mid-1800's.

The majestic Matterhorn, one of the highest summits in the Alps and Europe standing at 4,478 metres. Its near symmetrical pyramid shape make it one of the most recognisable mountains in the world. It is Switzerland's most famous landmark and is probably the most-photographed mountain in the world. On the 14th July 1865, Edward Whymper and his team (Douglas R. Hadow, Charles Hudson, Francis Douglas, Michel-Auguste Croz, Peter Taugwalder senior, Peter Taugwalder junior) completed the first ascent of the Matterhorn after others had made several unsuccessful attempts. The Matterhorn is a mountain of the Alps and is at the border of the western Swiss canton of Valais between Zermatt and the Italian resort of Breuil-Cervinia.

The photographs are also available unframed, priced at £49.
They also come in a larger size, the external size of the mount is 36 ½" x 25" - image size 30 ¾" X 19 ½" and priced at £160.
This larger mount can also be framed in the hand finished frame, external size 38 ½" X 27 ¼", priced at £320.

These framed photos are made to order so please be patient.
Height
25.5 cm (10")
Width
39.5 cm (15 1/2")
Framed Height
41 cm (16 1/4")
Framed Width
56 cm (22")
Condition
New, taken from an original c 1930's photograph
Year
Present
Period
1900-1949
Medium
Paper
Country
United Kingdom