The Trzy Korony Massif and the Valley of the White Water Wall Mural is based on an original engraved landscape by artist G. Vuillier, which in turn was inspired by a photograph of the Pieniny Mountain range by Dr. Gustave le Bon. This scenic view of the Trzy Korony summit depicts the crown-like peaks of the Three Crowns Massif, a grouping of mountains within the Polish mountain range. This engraved illustration originally appeared in Le Tour du Monde travel journal in 1881, but its vintage style is sure to appeal to modern connoisseurs today. The intricate and detailed linework of this engraved drawing creates a wonderful depth of field, with a grouping of pine trees in the foreground giving way to a heavily shaded tree line in the valley below. Lightly inked mountains rise over the scene in a lined style typical of original Victorian engraved prints, creating an exquisite sense of depth. Use this stylish and artistic wall mural to add a historical touch to a living room or a sophisticated look to a hotel or lodge.