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Hubig's Pie Factory Fire, Faubourg Marigny, New Orleans, 2012, original color photograph by Louis Maistros, Signed
8x10, color, high resolution, glossy, digital print. This image will be printed borderless and will be signed and dated ON THE BACK. To preserve the integrity of the image, the photographer wishes not to shrink its size to create an exaggerated margin for signing on the front.
Description of piece: This photo was taken the afternoon of the Hubig's Pie factory fire in the Fauboug Marigny neighborhood of New Orleans. The fire occurred in the wee hours of the morning, and this photo was taken at around one o'clock in the afternoon of the same day. The gentleman pictured is an employee of Hubig's, and he was handing out the last of the pies to the grief-stricken onlookers who were watching the fire department finish putting out the fire as the remains of the building were demolished. It was a tragic day in the city, as Hubig Pies have been a local staple since the early 1920s. The owners have vowed to rebuild. PLEASE NOTE: what is for auction here is a PHOTOGRAPH, and NOT an actual batch of pies.
This 8x10 color photo is printed on high quality glossy photo paper, it is signed and dated on the back by the photographer, Louis Maistros, and is in excellent condition. Also available in 5x7" or 4x6", please inquire.
The sale of this photograph is for personal use only and does not imply a transfer of copyright, a licensing agreement of any kind, or transfer of other rights regarding reproduction or distribution of the image, which is reserved by the legal copyright holder, Louis Maistros.
(NOTE: the "watermarked" copyright notice visible in the image above DOES NOT appear on the actual photo, but is only a security precaution for the purposes of posting copyrighted images on the internet)
About the artist: Louis Maistros is an author, photographer, musician and artist whose critically acclaimed New Orleans novel, The Sound of Building Coffins, has become a worldwide cult phenomenon. For more information about Louis Maistros please visit http://louismaistros.com.
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