Professional print on archival paper. The original work is graphite and acrylic painting on weathered wood.
ABOUT THE SUBJECT: 1904 Historic Coweta County Courthouse stands in the middle of the square in Newnan, Georgia. It features a clock on all four sides, which still rings out on the hour. The architect was James Golucke, the son of a German immigrant who settled in Georgia. The courtroom is used by the Probate Court during the week. The Coweta County Visitor's Center is also in the courthouse on the east side of the square. Self guided tours are free, so stop in and visit!
All prints are signed by the artist, open ended edition. Shipped flat and packaged in a clear sleeve with chipboard backing to protect during shipping. Ready to frame. Prints have a 1/2" white border so it is suitable to frame with or without a mat.
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