- Kinsman House captures the love of artist, P. Buckley Moss, for painting historic buildings and landmarks, preserving them through her art and sharing then with the world.
- State Print Art Collection
- Colors: Highlights different shades of pinks and mauve tones.
- An offset lithograph reproduction limited edition print on paper.
- Lithography is a photographic reproduction of the original watercolor.
- This signed and numbered, limited edition, wall art print is from an edition which has been recorded by the artist.
- This print is in mint condition, never framed or exposed to harmful light and is part of our gallery inventory.
- Each print includes a certificate of authenticity.
- Certificates are embossed with our exclusive Canada Goose Gallery seal.
- Image size: 14 x 15-7/8 inches. Paper Size: 16 x 17-7/8 inches.
- This artwork can easily be matted and framed to fit any space.
- Edition size: 1000 prints with 25 signed and numbered artist proofs.
- American woman artist, Patricia Buckley Moss.
The Kinsman House was built in 1832 in Hiram, Ohio and was valued at $1,572.00 in 1835. The house is also thought of as a stop on the underground railroad. In the basement a bricked up dome area is believed to have been passage to a tunnel that led to the Mahoning river. It was built as a wedding gift to Frederick Kinsman and his marriage to his cousin Olive Douglas Perkins on February 1, 1832. Today the house is being maintained by The Warren Heritage Center. As a historical museum.
This very rare, limited edition print, is in mint condition, never framed or exposed to harmful light and is part of our gallery inventory. This print is not often found in most certified P Buckley Moss galleries as it has been part of a sold out edition for many years.