18th Century Eastern Seaboard Town Plans Framed Art Set
"My love for J. Pocker began long before I knew who or what they were. Actually, their talented team of artisans had crafted the frames that showed off my father's beautiful watercolors and most of our other art. As a professional designer, I was thrilled to discover that their New York City shop, home to those storied frames, was also an amazing treasure trove of enduring art.
In our collaboration, we worked to bridge the gap between the framed and the frame. Our collection presents favorite examples of timeless subjects set off by excitingly pigmented mats contained in frame profiles that I find enduringly chic." - Alexa Hampton, The Mine Creative Director
Facsimiles of the original eastern seaboard towns of North America charted by France's most important cartographer, Jacques Bellin. Bellin was known for his accuracy to scale and intricacy of his engravings. These maps are part of an atlas he created entitled "Bellin's Petit atlas maritime. Tome I N.30" for the French king.
- Artwork is printed on high-quality paper and hand colored
- Handmade, gilded frame
- Mat & backing are made from archival rag, acid free and reversible
- Glazing provides 99% UV protection to drastically slow fading
- Dimensions are listed per piece
Set Includes four framed prints:
- "New York"
- "Bay of Boston"