Burnside 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.
"Burnside House. 314 Benefit Street. Built in 1866-67. Home to Ambrose Burnside–Civil War general, US senator, and noted for his namesake sideburns."
- 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