Bannister House Print
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Part of a series of prints depicting architecture that is quintessentially Providence, RI, from the quirky abandoned building to a former senator's home to the anonymous triple decker.
"Bannister House. 93 Benevolent Street. Built in 1854. Once home to African American painter Edward Bannister and his wife Christina–a successful business woman, abolitionist, and philanthropist."
- 5"x7", 3 color screen print on light grey 100# paper
- Sealed in plastic sleeve with hardboard backer (unframed)
- Screen printed in Providence, Rhode Island