An all-in-one statement piece and work of art, the depth of this canvas print adds texture and dimension to any room.
• Two sizes: 18"x24", 12"x16"
• Textured, fade-resistant, satin finish canvas
• Hand-glued solid wood stretcher bars
• 1.5" deep
• Mounting brackets included
• Hand-printed and stretched in the United States
Celebrating 100 years, the National Park Service still inspires Americans with their preservation of natural, cultural and historic sites. Reviving the spirit of the New Deal's See America poster campaign—these reinterpreted designs take a modern spin on a few iconic National Parks.
In 1864 the Yosemite Grant became the first instance of park land being set aside specifically for preservation and public use by the federal government—which set a precedent for the 1872 creation of Yellowstone as the first national park. By 1860, Yosemite National Park was founded. El Capitan, a significant granite cliff that looks over Yosemite Valley, is one of the most popular features of the park.
Illustrated by PrairieMod co-founder, Eric O'Malley.
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