The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
The Washington Monument I Framed Print | Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art
Horstmann Designs, Photography Wall Art

The Washington Monument I Framed Print

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The Washington Monument I Framed Print. Construction began in 1848 but was halted only 6 years later due to the lack of funding. Finally, 23 years later work could be resumed and the monument was finished in 1877. To this day the discolouration of the two construction phases is visible to visitors. (Washington photography by Boje Horstmann.)

  • Print Sizes - 11 x 14 inch, 16 x 20 inch
  • Art Material - Kodak Endura Premier Paper
  • Art Material Finish - Lustre
  • Mat Color - White
  • Mat Size - 2 inch
  • Frame Style - Contemporary
  • Frame Material - Solid Wood
  • Frame Thickness - 1.25 inch
  • Frame Depth - .8 inch
  • Finished Product Sizes - 17 x 20 inch, 22 x 26 inch
  • Frame Colors - Black, White

This Washington D.C. photography artwork is printed on premier paper with a lustre finish in your choice of size. It is stored behind scratch-resistant acrylic and finished with a custom-built solid wood contemporary frame in your choice of color. Comes ready to hang.


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