Independence Hall by Robert Finale
Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Limited Edition. Stretched Canvas. Hand Embellished by Robert Finale,
Published May 2010. Total edition size: 50.
Master Proof: 18×24, 12×16. (edition size 1 each). All Master Proofs sold out.
Artist Proof 18×24 (edition size 20), 12×16 (edition size 10)
Signed and Numbered 12×16 (edition size 20).
This red-brick structure is near the center of Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, and Constitution were signed. Built between 1732 and 1757 for speaker Andrew Hamilton to serve as provincial Pennsylvania’s state house, it became the meeting place of the Continental Congress during the American Revolution and retains many relics from that era. Adjoining Congress Hall, where the House and Senate met during the 1790s, and Old City Hall, where the Supreme Court deliberated, Independence Hall completes the grouping of historically important buildings on Independence Square.
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About Robert Finale Canvas Editions
Finale’s artworks are published as limited edition canvas prints in different editions:
Master Proof – is extensively hand embellished by the artist and is usually limited to only 1 produced for each title and size.
Artist Proof – is heavily hand embellished by the artist and is of a small edition quantity
Signed and Numbered – is hand embellished by the artist and limited in quantity.
Exclusive Edition – is reproduced in a size that is larger than the original painting,hand embellished by the artist and is of a small edition quantity.