San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts Sunset
The San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts Sunset was built for the 1915 World's Fair to commemorate the opening of the Panama Canal, which coincided with the re-birth of San Francisco, after the earthquake and fire that devastated it in 1906. Designed by Architect Bernard Maybeck in a classical-influenced style, it is surrounded by statues of "maidens" leaning against its columns, that, according to Maybeck, are "weeping over the loss of Classicism." The very first large framed print of this image was bought by "San Francisco Beautiful," a non profit organization whose only goal is the beautification of San Francisco.
Archival Signature Photo Print
Each print is hand signed by the artist and printed on archival photo paper with archival inks, each print is created to last a lifetime with proper care. Arrives rolled and ready for custom framing.
Posters are printed on premiun cover paper and laminated with a UV protecting film. Printed in San Francisco, California.