New Mexico Archival PrintThe Rio Grande enters northen New Mexico framed by the Sangre de Cristo Mountains on the east, and the Tusas and Jemez Mountains (with the notable Valles Caldera) on the west. The river's course south through the rest of New Mexico is through more open country, bordered by rugged but relatively low and isolated ranges. Eastern New Mexico's Pecos River marks the western escarpment of the Texas limstone country. The San Juan River Basin dominates the northwestern corner. The headwaters of the Little Colorado drain the central portion, the Gila drains the southwest. All eventually reach the Colorado and the Gulf of California.
About Archival Prints
For the lover of landforms, the delicacy and precision of the imagery
is what matters. These maps are pure monochrome landform: without the
names and built-up areas that appear on our Fine Art Print Landforms and
Rivers maps (rivers and streams are shown, but not named). These prints
are a revelation, inviting endless contemplation, without distraction.
For a print-lover, the unsurpassed quality and permanence of both paper
and inks may be their most important qualities. These special edition
archival prints offer unequaled definition and subtlety of tone. Printed
in 8 inks on 350g Hahnemühle 100% cotton Museum Etching paper, these
are the gold standard.All map dimensions are approximate. Archival prints are printed at Jeff Gaydash Studios. Please allow three weeks for delivery. Archival prints are non-returnable. Please contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) for samples of archival print paper.