Ladies of Columbia Tusculum
"Painted ladies" is a term in American architecture used for Victorian, Edwardian houses and buildings painted in three or more colors that embellish or enhance their architectural details. These houses are common in the San Francisco area and can be found in the oldest neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio - Columbia Tusculum. Original was painted with acrylics on 30” x 72” canvas.
Paper prints are on 100 lbs. cougar white archival paper and hand signed by the artist in an open-ended edition.
Wood print is hand made by the artist using a flat print mounted to 1/2" wood technique. Hand painted gel texture is applied to seal the print to the wood and create a UV protection. Ready to hang with no frame needed. Only one size wood print is available.
Canvas prints have hand painted acrylic details and gel texture added. Canvas material is wrapped on 1-1/2" wooden frame with a dark brown faux wood finish on the sides. Canvas is an open-ended edition with artist signature and date on back. Each canvas has wire installed on the back for easy hanging.