Hartshorne Road, Locust, New Jersey Giclée (canvas)

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This charming road winds through Hartshorne Woods Park, a hilly, forested, 791-acre site overlooking the Navesink River.  Many impressive homes line Hartshorne Road.  It was named after Richard Hartshorne, an English Quaker, who settled there in 1669.  Among the highest elevations along the Atlantic Coast, the Park is located at the north shore of the Navesink River just west of its juncture with the Atlantic Ocean.  Locust is a shore community close to New York Harbor.

A giclée print is an elevation in printmaking technology on stretched canvas.  The original oil on canvas artwork is first scanned by the Athenæum of Philadelphia on a sophisticated high-resolution digital scanner with a raking light to capture surface details.  The giclée is then printed using a professional eleven-color ink jet printer with archival-quality inks onto high quality cotton canvas.  This printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction.  The canvas giclée is then stretched on 1" or ¾" stretcher bars.  An historical and architectural description (written by John) is affixed to the back and the giclée is enclosed in a protective acid-free clear bag.


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