Built in 1928, the Penobscot is a fabulous example of original Art Deco architecture. It is the tiered art deco skyscraper with what appears to be a small globe at the top of its antennae and is officially called the Greater Penobscot Building. The Penobscot was actually built in 3 parts over a period of decades. The tower was the newest addition; the first sections of the building were built in 1905 and 1916. The Penobscot are an Indian tribe based in Maine, where the original owners of the building had ties. Both the exterior and interior have numerous symbols tied to Native American heritage and were created by world-renowned architectural sculptor, Corrado Parrduci; including large swastikas ~ which at that time were a recognized symbol for life and prosperity.
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We will provide a replacement at no-charge for any quality issues or orders damaged in shipping. Photos of the damage will be required and we may request to have the artwork returned to us [a return shipping label will be provided]. No refunds based on customer preference. We will provide store credit or a no-charge replacement. For a replacement, please contact [email protected]
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Premium archival inks produce images with smooth tones and rich colors.
Prints are made with care on your choice of exquisite Fine Art Papers, canvas, acrylic, wood, or metal using a high-resolution large format inkjet printer.
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