Philadelphia Waterworks is a Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print.
Reproduced from the original watercolor painting by N. Santoleri
The Fairmount Waterworks (Philadelphia Waterworks) and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, both built in the neoclassical architectural style, are renowned Philadelphia landmarks. Beginning in 1815, the Waterworks provided the city with water for almost 100 years. Its innovative engineering, as well as its beautiful grounds, architecture and river view, also made it a major tourist attraction. The Art Museum, designed in the style of a Greek temple, was begun in 1919, and the first wing was open to the public in 1928. This breathtaking view from across the Schuylkill River delights residents and visitors alike.
The Philadelphia Waterworks limited edition print was reproduced from the original watercolor painting of the same name, using the highest quality craftsmanship and printed on fine neutral pH balanced paper.
About this Philadelphia Waterworks edition:
- The original watercolor painting was created in 2003
- The print image size is 12.75 x 20 (height by width in inches)
- The over all print size including the border is 17″ x 25″
- These prints are close to being sold out. There are only a few left for sale.
|Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Print, Regular Edition. 950 Prints||Available - Almost Sold Out less than 50 available.||$100|
|Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Artist Proof Edition 50 Prints||Available||$200|
|Pack of Note Cards (5″ x 7″). 10 Cards Packaged with 10 envelopes.||Available||$20|
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