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Budapest Opera Poster featuring the photograph At The Budapest Opera by Madeline Ellis

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At The Budapest Opera Poster


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At The Budapest Opera poster by Madeline Ellis.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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So lovely and elegant with a most exquisite capture, Madeline! l/fv

Madeline Ellis replied:

Catalina, such a very nice comment! Music to my ears!! Thanks for the l/fv also.

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

So amazing.. wow.

Madeline Ellis replied:

Thanks for your superlative comment and I am delighted you made this photo one of your favorites.

Madeline, I love incredible music venues. I also love the ILLUSION of being at places like Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall or even Grady Gammage as I listen to music in my "Sound Immersion Room". Your photo here reminds me of the Opera Hall in the movie Phantom of the can sure stir the soul!

Jerry, it is so nice to know that this photo is now one of your favorites.

Madeline, Somehow I missed this one till now! Music here was most likely goose bumps good...maybe even a lump in the throat tears in the eye good. Absolutely impressive venue. Great Capture here. I capture music by different means...recorded music played back through custom built one of a kind Vacuum Tube amplifiers. It makes for gorgeous tone, rich harmonic palette and a three dimensional sound field that's almost as good as being there...well almost anyway...imagination helps! JERRY

Madeline Ellis replied:

The atmosphere intensified the experience for sure! This photo has done quite well for me. I had to hold the camera real still because the light wasn't all it could be. However, I was delighted that even blowing it up it was very sharp. The people are interesting so you are able to see them clearly. Thanks for taking a look and giving me your feedback.

What an amazing place. You have captured it perfectly.

A beautiful photo of a remarkable place I remember from my childhood! v/f

Madeline Ellis replied:

Andrea, thanks so much for letting me know that this photo reminded you of a childhood memory. I appreciate the v/f as well.

I am honored that this photo is featured in 1 per Category- Balcony Window and group.

I am honored to have this photo featured in the Premium FAA Artist group.

I am honored to have this photo featured in the Pleasing The Eye group.

Nick, it is nice to know that this is one of your favorites now.

Hello Madeline... :-) I sure love your opera house image... I have always wanted to go to one of these when they are performing Beethoven. :-) Wonderful interior image. fv Thanks so much for visiting my site... I appreciate it very much. :-)

Madeline Ellis replied:

Nick, it is truly a beautiful opera house full. Thanks for your comment. It is nice to know your reaction to this. It was a pleasure to drop by and see your images.

Janice, thanks so much for your comment and v/p!!

Beautiful, v/p!

Very beautiful! f/w/v

Madeline Ellis replied:

Oksana, I appreciate your "beautiful" comment and f/w/v. Thanks!!

Wow, Madeline, this is a magnificent photo. What a beautiful place. v/fav

Madeline Ellis replied:

Alan, this was one of the most magnificent places. I appreciate your effusive supportive comment and vote. It is nice to know that this is now one of your favorites.

I want to be there! Lovely!!

Madeline Ellis replied:

Thanks so much Linda. I wouldn't mind going there again, but I probably will never be back since there are still places yet to be seen.

Madeline Ellis replied:

I am honored, Linda, that you made this one of your favorites.

Magnificent overview. Fav.

Madeline Ellis replied:

Andrea, I am delighted you like this photo. I am honored that you made it one of your favorites.

i love this.....vf....barb

Madeline Ellis replied:

Barbara, thanks so much for your comment and your vote. I am so glad you liked this and made it one of your favorites.

This is a beautiful capture of a beautiful architectural masterpiece! Congratulations!

Madeline Ellis replied:

Michael, thanks. It is a beautiful opera house.

Thanks so much Ann and Jessica. I am sorry it took me so long to respond.

Congratulations on your sale of this fabulous work, Madeline!

Congratulations on this wonderful image. The buyer has very good taste in art!

Amazing capture of this gorgeous golden old-world venue! Wonderful clarity!

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Artist's Description

Photo has sold at a Manhattan Art Gallery and on Fine Art America. The opera house in Budapest, Hungary is one of the most beautiful in the world. I was taken by all the gilt and red velvet. I knew I wanted to photograph this place and the audience. I had no tripod so I had to hold my hand real still and not breath. I was happy with the results.

About Madeline Ellis

Madeline Ellis

At 12 yrs. old I was fascinated by this little box called a camera. If you pressed the button and brought the negatives to a drugstore, one week later photos would be returned in its' place. I didn't understand this magic. When I was old enough, I studied photography at Brooklyn College. I found that if I put my negatives in a thing called an enlarger a shadow would appear on photo paper. When I dropped that paper in some chemicals, a picture would emerge. Wow! I was hooked and so I studied at the International Center Of Photography. Now, I take a photo, plug my camera into my computer and the photo I just took pops up on my screen. Times have changed. I have had four one woman shows and one group show in Manhattan. It was an...

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