Ushba #1

Peter Schön

  • 50x70cm
  • Fine Paper Print
Ushba #1 by Peter Schön.
Peter Schön: "Ushba (4710m) - the infamous beauty of the Caucasus. The meaning of the name is unclear, but has been translated from the Svan language as 'terrible mountain' or 'place of the Witches Sabbath' or from Karachay-Balkar into 'three peaks' (North, South and small Ushba). It is perhaps the most beautiful mountain in the Caucasus, but also one of the most difficult and dangerous, and few climbers who see it can escape its draw. Ushba is the source of many climbing tales, histories and tragedies."
Product Information
- Printed on a 300 gsm thick rough uncoated paper, both FSC™ and PEFC certified.
- The optional black frame is made in Sweden, it's mounted with real glass and comes with an acid-free back cover. The glass has an UV protection that protects the photograph from harmful UV rays.
- With the frame, an off-white 1.8 mm thick acid free passe-partout is included. The brackets on the back of the frame makes it easy for you to mount the image.
- You have the option to order the print framed and sealed. Which means that we will frame the print for you and seal it with an acid free tape on the back. Which protects the print from dust & dirt.