El Vado Motel in Motion - Albuquerque, NM

TERRENCE MOORE
$1,000.00
Terrence Moore | El Vado Motel in Motion - Albuquerque, NM 
"The El Vado Motel was built in 1937. I used to stay there for $35 a night. I loved the chenille bed covers —it was a lot of fun. The place got run down and was purchased by a developer in 2015, who intended to clear the site for redevelopment. The town fought a lengthy legal battle to conserve its heritage. Ultimately, the property was sold to the city in 2010, launching the renovation efforts.
The motel is one of Albuquerque's historic landmarks. It has reopened —and if you go to Albuquerque, you'll want to stay there".
-Renowned photographer Terrence Moore is the Big Daddy of Route 66

Details

  • Limited edition, museum quality photographic print.
  • Expertly printed by master printers through the giclée process, using 100% organic, archival fine art paper and ink.
  • Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity.
  • *Sold unframed*

Print Sizes and Editions
16 x 24 in - edition of 30
24 x 36 in - edition of 25
36 x 48 in - edition of 20 

Note: In addition to the Certificate of Authenticity, Giclée prints are signed and dated by the artist.

Measurements 
The measurements specify the *paper size*. The actual printed image will meet either the length or width or both—whichever is larger. 

*Custom sizes may be available depending on the image; please contact us.

Size
Terrence Moore | El Vado Motel in Motion - Albuquerque, NM 
"The El Vado Motel was built in 1937. I used to stay there for $35 a night. I loved the chenille bed covers —it was a lot of fun. The place got run down and was purchased by a developer in 2015, who intended to clear the site for redevelopment. The town fought a lengthy legal battle to conserve its heritage. Ultimately, the property was sold to the city in 2010, launching the renovation efforts.
The motel is one of Albuquerque's historic landmarks. It has reopened —and if you go to Albuquerque, you'll want to stay there".
-Renowned photographer Terrence Moore is the Big Daddy of Route 66

Details

  • Limited edition, museum quality photographic print.
  • Expertly printed by master printers through the giclée process, using 100% organic, archival fine art paper and ink.
  • Each print is accompanied by a signed, detailed and authenticated Certificate of Authenticity.
  • *Sold unframed*

Print Sizes and Editions
16 x 24 in - edition of 30
24 x 36 in - edition of 25
36 x 48 in - edition of 20 

Note: In addition to the Certificate of Authenticity, Giclée prints are signed and dated by the artist.

Measurements 
The measurements specify the *paper size*. The actual printed image will meet either the length or width or both—whichever is larger. 

*Custom sizes may be available depending on the image; please contact us.