Originally founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers, Boston was part of the original 13 colonies and quickly emerged as a major seaport and manufacturing hub on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean. It also played a huge role in the American Revolution and Revolutionary War.
Boston has become a symbol of American consciousness and culture over the centuries and is synonymous with so many important “firsts” in American history: 1st public park (Boston Common 1634); 1st public school (Boston Latin 1635); 1st public library (1834); 1st subway system (Tremont Street 1897); and 1st marathon (1897) among dozens of others.
Today, Boston is the economic engine and cultural hub of New England as well as the destination for more than 20 million visitors annually who are drawn to its unique and rich history; cobblestone streets and diverse neighborhoods; cultural and sporting events; prestigious higher education institutions; and modern galleries, shops, and restaurants.
The hand-drawn Boston map lithographic print is 24" x 18" unframed.
**FOR A LIMITED TIME - we are offering 100 signed and numbered limited giclee prints! The Giclee Prints are 28" x 22" unframed.
Looking for a custom matted and framed piece? Choose from Montana hand-scraped pine, antique maple burl, rustic Montana barn wood or reclaimed Flathead Lake larch. (Learn more about the Flathead Lake Larch here). You can also choose between green and blue mats. All frames come standard with conservation clear glass which is guaranteed 99% UV protection. Upgrade to Museum glass which also guarantees 99% UV protection but also provides ZERO GLARE - this is the quality glass you would find in gallery settings. You can also request a complete customization by emailing us.Email us
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