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Fine Art Prints (Passepartout Paper Frame)

Fine Art Prints (Passepartout Paper Frame)

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This is a fine art print of my original, mixed media painting entitled, "Lost & Found in The Steel City;" a piece that pays homage to Pittsburgh smokey past as a steel mill-lined, industrial city.  The dangling "H" is a play on Pittsburgh "losing" it's "H" in 1891, and being spelled "Pittsburg," and then "finding" the "H" in 1911 and having today's spelling of the Steel City restored!...PITTSBURGH!

The original piece featured a piece of rusty steel I found while magnet fishing in the Monongahela River in Pittsburgh.

This piece also represents finding art when I moved to Pittsburgh!

Frame your art in the most stunning light possible and showcase it in any home or gallery with these premium, 175gsm fine-art paper prints. Equipped with a thick, 2mm (0.07") window-cut cardboard (passpartout) frame that comes in a natural white color, these prints can be hung as-is or inserted in a protective frame of your choice. Available in two sizes: 11" × 14" or 16" × 20".

Please note that in order to better preserve the print through transport, some assembly is required upon receival. If you choose this product, we highly recommend including instructions on how to properly mount this print, for a better customer experience.

Please note that there are no hanging supplies included. The recommended type of hanging - sticky hanging strips.

.: 175gsm fine art paper
.: Available in 2 sizes: 11" × 14" (28 × 35cm) or 16" × 20" (41 × 51cm)
.: Premium quality giclée print
.: Thick, 2mm window cut cardboard frame
.: Natural white frame color
.: Protective frame not included
.: Some assembly is required upon receival

  11″ x 14″ (Vertical) 16" x 20" (Vertical)
Total Width, in 11.00 16.00
Total Height, in 14.00 20.00
Picture Width, in 7.87 11.61
Picture Height, in 10.83 15.55


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