Gallery Grand - Swan Tavern
Always influenced by her surroundings, Nancy was inspired to paint several different buildings in the historic triangle of Yorktown, Williamsburg, Jamestown. All in Virginia. Here we have the Swan Tavern.
The Swan Tavern was opened in 1722 by Thomas “Scotch Tom” Nelson and Joseph Walker, and it soon became the main tavern in Yorktown. It remained in service until just before the Civil War. In 1862, the Union army used the building to store gunpowder and ammunition. During a fire on December 16, 1863, the tavern exploded, destroying much of the west side of town. What stands today is a reconstruction done by the National Park Service in 1935 for the purpose of maintaining the historic atmosphere of Yorktown.
Nancy's time honored art presented on water-resistant, fade-resistant canvas, printed with eco-solvent, archival ink then hand-stretched over a 2" deep wooden frame. Finished on the back with an artist bio and ready to hang.
Available in 3 standard sizes. 10"x10"x2", 15"x15"x2" or 24"x24".
The smaller sizes look great on tabletops, bookcases and countertops too!
THIS PRINT IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS A SIGNATURE CANVAS
The first 5 limited edition 24x24 Signature Canvases are signed and numbered by the artist and includes biography.
Custom sizes available. Contact us for pricing.
Also available with custom sides. Choose from black/white check, pink/white check, green/white stripes or brown basketweave or choose any color on the print. Enter side choice in notes section of the order form. If no selection is made print will come with sides shown here. Contact us for more information.
Nancy Thomas Gallery products are proudly handcrafted and assembled in the USA.