The Red Fir is a western North American fir, native to the mountains of southwest Oregon and northern California in the United States. It is a high elevation tree, typically occurring at 4,600–8,900 foot elevation. It is an evergreen tree, growing to 196 feet at a medium rate. The name “Red Fir” derives from the bark color of old trees. The oldest tree recorded, in the Klamath Mountains of California, had a cross-dated age of 665 years.
These fine art Giclée prints are made using fade-resistant, archival-quality, colorfast, UV-protected inks on premium acid-free canvas; UV resistant matte-finish sealants; and ph neutral adhesives. These works are not under glass, making for a strong original impression of the work.
Frame and fillet are custom made from high-quality quartersawn white oak. The matting is superbly done in fine charcoal colored linen.
Image Size: 15″ x 20″. Framed Size: 22 5/8″ x 30 1/8″.