By the noted American photographer CHRISTOPHER FAUST (born 1955) is this black and white silver print photograph "Seattle Art Museum", 1995, measuring 5" by 12 1/2" (21 1/2" by 25 1/2" in contemporary-looking black frame under Plexi). The motorized sculpture in the plaza, "The Working Man", is by Jonathan Borofsky. It is today an iconic piece of the downtown Seattle scene. The photographer was born in Fort Riley, Kansas and is today closely associated with Minnesota. He is best known for his panoramic photographs of landscapes of the Midwest, many of which focus on the interface between suburbia and less developed lands. The artist has exhibited from coast to coast in one-man and group exhibitions. See the website. Not examined out of the frame, this work appears to be in excellent condition. The Plexi is scratched and will need to be replaced. "Scratches" and other imperfections that may appear to be on the photo are in fact on the Plexi. Allow also for reflections and other light effects from the plastic surface.