Panopticon Gallery is located near Fenway Park inside Hotel Commonwealth, the official hotel of the Boston Red Sox. Baseball lovers will find contemporary and vintage photographs that reflect the love of the game.

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Edmunds E. Bond, 1914 World Series at Fenway Park, NL Boston Braves (4) vs. AL Philadelphia Athletics (0).

Photographed by Edmunds E. Bond on three 8 x 10 glass plate negatives, this archival pigment print was restored by Panopticon Imaging in 2002 from Bond's original negatives on loan from the Boston Public Library. In the 1914 World Series, the Boston Braves beat the Philadelphia Athletics in a four-game series. Called the "Miracle Braves," the team was in last place on July 4 and went on to win the National League pennant by 10.5 games. Adding to thier supposed disadvantages, the Braves arguably lacked a notable home-field advantage. They had abandoned their 43-year-old home field South End Grounds in August 1914, choosing to rent from the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park, thus their home games in this Series were also at Fenway.

Prints:
5 x 20 in.
7.75 x 30 in.
10.25 x 40 in. 
13 x 50 in.


$35.43
$61.56
$91.17
$129.03

Matted & Framed Prints:
13.5 x 28 in.
17.75 x 39.5 in.
21.25 x 50.5 in.
25 x 61.5 in.


$299.29
$391.72
$633.74
$811.23

All frame prices includes a modern black frame, 8-ply white mat, mounting to foamcore, and regular plexi.

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DON HAMERMAN FOUND BASEBALLS

After years of finding and collecting old baseballs, Hamerman began photographing them in his studio starting in 2005. The images are not manipulated in any way, and they show how differently baseballs can end up after countless whacks of the bat. This series has been featured in TIME, Peta Pixel, NPR, Daily Mail, The Telegraph, Business Insider