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The fifth in our series of original fine art prints of America’s great historic sites.
The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886. Her official name is Liberty Enlightening the World. She stands 151 feet tall and rests upon a pedestal that is 154 feet high.
Frenchman Edouard de Laboulaye wanted to create something to celebrate America’s and France’s shared commitment to liberty and the recent abolition of slavery in America. The French sculptor, Frederick-Auguste Bartholdi, selected Bedloe’s Island (now called Liberty Island) as her home so that every ship entering the harbor would see Lady Liberty.
An original work of art, screen printed and limited to 200 prints, each signed and numbered. Released in March 2023.
Available unframed and framed. Ships immediately.
Proceeds benefit the non-profit organization The Pursuit of History.
Paper size is 16" x 20"
This is the fifth in our series of original fine art prints honoring America’s great historic sites. View all at ThePursuitOfHistory.org/prints
About the Artist
Larry Stuart is an illustrator and lettering-artist who incorporates a sense of history and the well worn into his work. He loves the patina of rural America and enjoys wandering back roads looking for inspiration. He's been to more Civil War sites than you’d think is possible. You can see more of his work at larrystuartstudio.com
[Note: We have added the text watermark to the preview images protect our original design from those who would pirate it on other print-on-demand sites. Unfortunately, we learned this the hard way. The Pursuit of History is the copyright owner to this original work and any other versions of this design are unauthorized and illegally produced.]
Note that the print offered here is of original art commissioned by The Pursuit of History and is not a WPA design and is not in the public domain. It is copyrighted by The Pursuit of History and the artist, Larry Stuart.
Gorgeous rendering! Inspiring and combines historic sense with contemporary craftsmanship. Highly recommended!