Art by Michigan Artist
About the Artist
“The Legend of Fort Mackinac” The British built Fort Mackinac in 1780 to protect their settlement from attack by French-Canadians and native tribes. The area around the fort was the site of several battles between the British, the French, and Americans. The fort was used during the Civil War to house three confederate soldiers. Rather than face the pending winter of the area, the soldiers signed oaths of loyalty to the union. The fort was used as a fur trading post at some points. Mackinac National Park, was the second national park in the U.S. after Yellowstone.
Michigan Prints are now acid-free!
Our most popular print is the medium print. The print itself is 8 1/2" x 11" and hand-signed by the artist in archive-quality "silver" ink. The print is museum-quality 100% cotton rag matted to 11" x14" with all conservation materials. On the back is the legend, with information about the scene and its history. We also include mini photos of related scenes, about Giclée prints and about the artist. Each print comes in a clear acid-free baggie. Medium prints are $60.
We also offer a mini print which is 3 1/2" x 5" and matted with acid-free materials to 5" x 7". The print is hand initialled by the artist in archive quality "silver" ink. There is a legend on the back of each print that is removable and can be added to the back of your frame later if desired. Price is $20.
Our large print is approximately 11" x 14 1/2" and acid-free mounted and 100% cotton rag museum-matted to 16" x 20" and ready to frame. This is a limited edition print. This print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
It has the same legend and art information as the medium size print.
Acid-Free Note Cards 5" x 7" are also available.
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