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This is a thought provoking black and white print of crumbling stairs in an abandoned boy's school dating to the 1800s. The campus was constructed in the Beaux-Arts architectural style in granite. Sadly, this old place is being torn down, with a few of the buildings being turned into condos. There were two of these sweeping staircases that were once lined in marble. However, the marble had been pried from the steps and the ceiling had partially collapsed, leaving rubble up and down the stairs. Even after all the time and damage, it still held a remnant of its former elegance.

This original photograph was taken by Julie Shiel and is printed by a professional photo lab on archival paper. Please allow time for processing. This photo is available in other sizes on request. Please convo with questions or requests!

Please note that the actual photograph is of a higher resolution. All photos are copyright the artist and may not be reproduced.

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Abandoned Victorian Urban Decay - Elegance - 8x10 Art Photography, black & white crumbling staircase gothic Home Office Decor

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: photography, film, archival paper
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from South Carolina, United States
  • Feedback: 62 reviews
  • Favorited by: 76 people

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