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Red pinstriping and lettering on black background / 16"w x 20"h / First poster in the Doors of Annapolis series / Both the poster and the index sheet are printed on high quality 100 lb. heavy paper stock with an AQ (aqueous) water-based coating on both sides which gives them a silky soft texture and elegant matte finish. Each poster comes with an 11"w x 17"h index sheet containing thumbnails of each door and a brief history of the home.
The 25 photo sketches of the doors of historic homes will remind you of a time long past and the people who crossed these thresholds and made history. Founded in 1649, this quaint, picturesque town on the Chesapeake Bay, was the temporary capital of the United States from 1783 to 1784, after the signing of the Treaty of Paris. It is also the city where the first newspaper, the “Maryland Gazette,” was published by Jonas Green in 1745 and the place where the Naval Academy and St. Johns College reside.
Each poster comes with an 11"w x 17"h index sheet containing thumbnails of each door and a brief history of the home.
About the artist: Patti DiMiceli was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. After coming to the East Coast, she lived aboard a sailboat for several years and landed in Annapolis in 1986. The charm, the people, and the culture of the city captured her heart and inspired her to create this first in a series of posters and prints highlighting the fine details of Maryland’s capital. The craftsmanship and artistry displayed in these doors reminds us of the people who lived here—the homes they built, the families they raised, and the rich history they created.
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If you would like "instant gratification," this poster may be purchased at the Annapolis Marine Art Gallery, 110 Dock Street, Annapolis, MD 410.263.4100