Fine art printer magazine recently published a triptych by photographer Martin Eringer. The pictures show details of a staircase of the 16th century Löpsinger Gate in Nördlingen, Germany. The stairs lead to the battlement around the old town center of Nördlingen.
The photos were printed on matt Hahnemühle Hemp, which harmonises perfectly with them thanks to its broken white tones. For framing, Eringer relies on HALBE magnetic frames with matching passepartouts. The combination of the light ash wood with two oak frames is unusual, but matches the woods of the old staircase. A special eye-catcher ist he stepped hanging on gallery rails, which offers the viewer an ascent himself: At the bottom right, you can see the balustrade from below. In the middle, there is the curved core of the stairs. And at the top left, you can see the stairs‘ head.
© Photo: Martin Eringer