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Village, Williamsburg, VA, The Giclée - Artist Proof
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The Village, Williamsburg, VA
Issued in 2016
Giclee on paper
IS: 7 x 7-3/4 ins.
Edition: 500 and 25 artist's proofs
P. Buckley Moss giclées are printed using the very latest form of high-tech, high quality art reproduction. We use the finest of substrates using archival, pigmented inks for long lasting works of art. Rich in texture and color, each reproduction has the look and feel of a highly prized original.
The Village, Williamsburg, VA, was released at the 2016 Williamsburg Collectors' Convention. Williamsburg served as Virginia’s second capital until it was moved further up the James River to Richmond in 1780 at the urging of Thomas Jefferson, who was governor at the time. He felt it would be better if Virginia’s capital were further from the reach of British war ships during the Revolutionary War.