We are pleased to bring you Boston It’s Environs and Harbour with the Rebels Works Raised Against That Town in 1775, a visually stunning print of a British map based upon the observations of Lieutenant Page of His Majesty’s Corps of Engineers (and from those of other gentlemen).
This Revolutionary War era map has been painstakingly restored by the artists at Elm Graphics from the U.S. Library of Congress archives, using modern digital graphics software while maintaining strict adherence to the method utilized by the artists of the period. Boston Ink and Paper recreates these timeless artworks at 300 dpi on archival quality paper in 12 colors, using the highest quality inks. This 24″ x 34″ poster requires custom framing.
Boston It’s Environs and Harbour with the Rebels Works Raised Against That Town in 1775 is part of our Réplique line of giclée prints, selected for outstanding subject matter, spectacular art and makes for a great conversation piece that goes well with a number of classic decor themes.