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Depression Greeting Card featuring the photograph Depression In The 20th Century - 2 by Jeff Burgess

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Depression In The 20th Century - 2 Greeting Card




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Love this work....very unique!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks so much Karen...

Amazing job. fv

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks much Tamyra....really appreciate it.

Jeff, you are very talented, It is a striking depiction, I really like the aged layers as well. f/v

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks very much Mindy. Hope this gains some traction. Your the first to comment.

Thanks very much for featuring this image in 'Best Artwork Collections' It is a departure for me to create this type of image and rewording to see that it is appreciated by those who view it. Thanks again.

Artist's Description

This is the second print in the series on Depression in the 20th Century. While there is conflict with respect to the etiology of the depression it has been written that there were several causes for the downturn in the 30s. Wikipedia states that: hese include the structural weaknesses and specific events that turned it into a major depression and the manner in which the downturn spread from country to country. In relation to the 1929 downturn, historians emphasize structural factors like major bank failures and the stock market crash. In contrast, monetarist economists (such as Barry Eichengreen, Milton Friedman and Peter Temin) point to monetary factors such as actions by the US Federal Reserve that contracted the money supply, as well as Britain's decision to return to the gold standard at pre–World War I parities (US$4.86:£1). Recessions and business cycles are thought to be a normal part of living in a world of inexact balances between supply and demand. What turns a normal r...

About Jeff Burgess

Jeff Burgess

This is the official version: Jeff Burgess is a fine-art photographer specializing in 'fusion' work involving the application of multiple layers of images to create the final vision. His work has been in numerous galleries including the Dunville and Warren Knapp in Seattle, Gallery 8 in Phoenix, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Denver, the Larson Gallery in Yakima, and Marks at the Garage in Honolulu. He has also had his work displayed in a variety of shows around the Northwest. His work has won numerous awards including a Silver Award from the Create Chaos Show with this work on display at the Orlando Convention Center and at the Denver airport. It has been featured in Create and advanced Photoshop Magazines. It is rated in the...

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