A Giclée Print Reproduced from a G.E. Grey Line Drawing
Built in phases between 1848 and 1870, this territorial-era house with its 18" thick adobe walls has been lovingly restored and is still well cared for today. It was the former Socorro home of the Vertu Fine Art Gallery. Its essence is captured in an original line drawing by G.E. Grey. Reproductions are rendered on acid-free, 100% cotton rag paper for archivability,
and signed by the artist. — G.E. Grey
Open Edition Giclée Print, $30.00
11 x 8.5, unframed, unmatted
long-lasting inks and paper Please inquire about volume discounts.
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