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Statue of Liberty (New York)

Statue of Liberty (New York)

The Statue of Liberty is really called The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World was designed by artist and sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi.  He had his statue placed on a federally owned island called "Bedloe's" in New York Harbor because he said, "the harbor was where people got their first view of the New World."  It was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.  France paid for the statue and America paid for its pedestal and foundation.  In 1886, it was dedicated,  designated as a National Monument in 1924 and restored for her centennial on July 4, 1986.  Note the details in the painting - the pedestal and the statue atop, the American flag on the right side and a jet flying out of one of the airports.  The detail in this painting is extraordinarily fine!  The artist remembers that it was a beautiful sunny day when he photographed this magnificent setting.   This print is available in open edition and as a collectible.  Individuals have even used this print framed with two openings - one for the print and the other for a photograph. 
 ORIGINAL FOR SALE - $4,000.00 - Watercolor On Paper
             Size - 3-3/4" x 6-5/8"-  Signed and Dated 2003 
Open Edition Prints
4-3/8" x 8"  $10.00 each
       Matting and framing available upon your request!

Prints available in all sizes.

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Hermansader's Victorian Mansion & Art Gallery
420 Chestnut St. • Columbia, PA 17512
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