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In researching material for this piece, Chase spent a week in Washington, DC. During early morning and twilight hours, he photographed many buildings and landmarks to get a feel for the light and color. During the daytime hours, he visited The National Archives and the Library of Congress pouring over hundreds of old black and white photographs to prepare himself to paint the buildings as they were - as opposed to as they are today. His exquisite, elegant style makes him perhaps the finest photo-realist working today.
This Piece has been Signed by Rod Chase