Add a piece of history to your walls with this art piece. Painted by one of the world’s best landscape painter Albert Bierstadt, this artwork depicts the location where the Italian explorer Christopher Columbus first landed on American continent. This art piece is currently available in two print styles and two frame types.
- Print Type: Colour on thick paper (300 gsm)
- Frame Size: Simple Black: 48.5cm x 33.5 cm x 1.5 cm & Wide Black: 50cm x 35cm x 2.5cm.
- Frame Type: Fibre
- Frame Colour: Black
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This painting shows the location where Christopher Columbus first landed on America. The point of view of this painting is as if you are standing on the ground looking at the this place where he first set foot on. In this painting, you will see an ocean in background. You’ll also see several trees and greenery in foreground. This painting is a tribute to the famous explorer Columbus. Albert is trying to preserve a piece of american history by painting a picture of this location. Because of this, this painting is a good gift for your history buffs, especially history teachers. It also makes an unique wall art for your home library.
Print & Frame Details
The artwork is printed on 300 gsm top quality fine art paper. We’re using the best and long lasting ink for the vibrant colors. The special textured matte lamination used in this print will give it an additional protection makes it durable for long years.
This print is available in two frames: Simple Black (48.5cm x 33.5 cm x 1.5 cm) & Wide Black (50cm x 35cm x 2.5cm)Size of Art : 18 inches x 12 inches
The frame comes with required hanging hardware and you can easily hang it anywhere in your home. It weighs just under 1Kg. Please note all our frames are dispatched without glass.
Each print is examined by our quality control team before shipping. Every frame is packed in a carton box with additional protective packaging to ensure safe and expedited delivery.