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Korte Prinsengracht, even numbers

Korte Prinsengracht, even numbers

Korte Prinsengracht, even numbers
Between HaarlemmerHouttuinen and Haarlemmerdijk
11 Buildings

This picture violates our idea of isolating one building and moving it, because in this one a total row of 11 buildings has been moved. We did it, because this photomontage looks so good: the breaker, the splashes and the water thundering into the canal. The 17th century house on number 12 is stuck in like Tom Thumb between the giants on number 10 from 1800 and a building on number 14 from 1656 that has been enlarged and combined with number 16 into Pakhuis De Gouden Wagen (Warehouse Golden Wagon). The house on number 6 dates from the 18th century. It has a transplanted Dutch gable, taken away by Stadsherstel from a house at Nieuwe Leliestraat 33.

Portugese coast
Zacarias Pereira de Mata/ Shutterstock

Formats and prices

Large: about 180x120cm
Edition: 3
Price (framed): Eur 1750,00

Small: about 100x71cm
Edition: 5
Price (framed): Eur 1250,00

Piëzo inkject print on 300grs paper: about 60x41cm (Eur 375,00)