More than “Photographs"…

The large-format landscape prints of Frederick Eberhart often surprise.

P1130812-P1130792 Robinson River Elms (Mosaic 24) 2  PRINT  2004-10-30 revised 2012

Printed in a rich matte finish with century-durable pigment inks on heavy-weight museum-grade cotton rag paper, Eberhart’s photographic prints are often first mistaken for paintings. Collectors are particularly intrigued by the complex and time-consuming process he uses - joining multiple digital photographs into larger images that are remarkable for their detail and resolution, even in the largest sizes. But most importantly, these images often strike a strong emotional chord in their viewers. They convey a love of the land, the waters and the skies. They reassure the viewer - whether in the home

Last Light on the Jackson, Early October (m35)

or office - of a natural peace, perhaps immediately out of reach, but not so far away.

For Collectors, a Pride of Place…

Corporate collectors recognize the impact of Frederick Eberhart’s images, and firms


acquire them for display in lobbies, boardrooms, and in other high-impact office locations. Private collectors have been drawn to these prints, both large and small, not only as a manifestation of their aesthetic values, but as a connection to where they are or where they want to be. For collectors in Virginia and the Mid-Atlantic, these impressive prints inspire and impart a pride of place, and a love for the natural gifts of the region. For all collectors, these images speak to the heart in a universal language.