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Settlement at Jamestown, VA, The Giclée - Artist Proof
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Grace Episcopal Church, Yorktown, 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.
Released at the 2016 Williamsburg Collectors' Convention. The Settlement at Jamestown, VA, depicts the Jamestown Settlement fort. Jamestown was the first permanent English-speaking settlement in North America, founded in 1607. Located on the James River on Virginia’s Peninsula, it was the capital of the Virginia Colony until it was decided to move the capital further inland to what would become Williamsburg.