The size of Matted photo: 17 " L x 15 1/4" W
The size of BW Photo Image: 9 1/4" L x 7 3/8" W (showing).
Photo size itself: 10" x 8"
Date of Photo taken: November 1985
Photographer: Edward Kawanabe (1947 - )
Printer of Photograph: Edward Kawanabe (1947- )
Camera used: Nikon FM 2.
Printed on Kodak High Gloss paper.
The subject and Location: Renaissance Tower in Downtown Dallas, Tx.
This is Fine Art Black and White photograph.
Photographer: Edward Kawanabe
Printed by Edward Kawanabe.
No. : #099-4 is Record number at Exhibition
at Mountaiview College in Dallas, Tx 1986.
This is one of Four Black and White Photographs
Juried by Mountain View Junior College sponserd invitational exhibiton in Dallas, Texas.
It was one of cold evening. The Renaissance Tower Building had
four corners with Heavenly Sky Search light which makes
all four search lights emerging in the deep sky. Close up in photo
showing a lot of stars as well. I kept last 37 years stored away and
never displayed which kept original condition very well.
Please note third photo showing reflection of me in photo with color but not on BW print.
I will enclose the certificate of authenticity when I ship Photograph.
Since Photograph was matted in double board, it is ready to use
on shelf or on easil without spending expensive framing.
Thank you very much for viewing my works.
Edward Kawanabe (1947 - )
He was born in Kyoto, Japan in 1947 which was the ancient capital city and center of arts and culture in Japan over 1300 years before moved toTokyo. He came to USA after graduated Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto with the bachelor of Law degree. He has a total experience of 30 years in the Fine Art and Antiques business as well as Exporting. During his earlier time Edward have studied at El Centro Junior College Art Department between 1978 thru 1985 for Drawing, Design, Painting, Ceramics, Sculpture as well as Photography including B/W printing before he became Art dealer of Fine Art Paintings, Prints, Japanese Art Painting, Japanese Porcelain, Ceramics, as well as Lacquer items. College kept some of his art works for their collecton. His passion toward Fine Art and Japanese Art as well as other art forms are never ending. Sanai Fine Art is starting to introduce his works in Drawing, Painting as well as Black and White photograph. Thank you very much for your patronage and your supporting Sanai Fine Art and Antiques during many years.