Arkansas State Capitol, 16x20

$109.00 USD

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This reproduction print was originally part of the ink and watercolor set of 1899 Arkansas State Capitol plans, drawn by George Mann and signed by Governor Dan Jones and O.C. Ludwig. This set of plans was on display at the Old State House for the public and the legislators to examine while the General Assembly and the State Capitol Commission considered the appropriation legislation that would authorize the construction of a new Capitol building. The drawings served as a "visual aid" to help speed the passage of the appropriation. The State Capitol was finally completed 16 years after passage of the bill with several revisions made through the construction years to these elaborate original drawings.
The original elevation blueprint drawing for the Arkansas State Capitol made in 1899 by George Mann.
Document is printed on premium acid-free paper
Artwork is double-matted an presented in a high-quality wooden & glass frame
All components are proudly made in the USA!
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Size and Specs

16x20 Print Only
Sized for standard 16x20 frame
Giclee art printed on premium acid-free heavyweight art paper
Rolled in protective mailing tube for delivery

16x20 Framed
Overall frame size is 18-1/4" x 22-1/4"
Product weight is 5 lbs
Mat is 2-1/2" in width around art
Double-matted: white (top) and black (bottom)
Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware

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