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Introducing this collection of monochrome historical architectural prints will add sophistication to any scheme. These compelling prints by artist and illustrator Minty Sainsbury, showcase intricate architectural renderings of classical buildings. The former Cambridge student’s passion for architecture is evident through her precise detailing of cathedrals and gothic churches contrasted by an outline of surrounding buildings in the foreground. Presented in a contemporary silver frame with a…

Introducing this collection of monochrome historical architectural prints will add sophistication to any scheme. These compelling prints by artist and illustrator Minty Sainsbury, showcase intricate architectural renderings of classical buildings. The former Cambridge student’s passion for architecture is evident through her precise detailing of cathedrals and gothic churches contrasted by an outline of surrounding buildings in the foreground. Presented in a contemporary silver frame with a…

Introducing this collection of monochrome historical architectural prints will add sophistication to any scheme. These compelling prints by artist and illustrator Minty Sainsbury, showcase intricate architectural renderings of classical buildings. The former Cambridge student’s passion for architecture is evident through her precise detailing of cathedrals and gothic churches contrasted by an outline of surrounding buildings in the foreground. Presented in a contemporary silver frame with a…

AMARENO - Mint. Very pretty & dimensional.

On September 17, 1849, Harriet Tubman (born Aramita “Minty” Ross) escaped slavery with her brothers, Ben and Harry. Little is known about her journey or her early days in Philadelphia until she returned to guide family members and others to freedom. She was later quoted as saying, "When I found I had crossed that line, I looked at my hands to see if I was the same person. There was such a glory over everything; the sun came like gold through the trees, and over the fields, and I felt like I…

Maya Lin, “Folding the Chesapeake” (2015) - The Smithsonian’s ‘Wonder’ Exhibition Fills a Newly Renovated Gallery Floor-to-Ceiling with Artworks

Clara Graziolino ceramics wall sculpture

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