MISSOURI - WELCOME STATEHOOD!
For the month of AUGUST we are offering special pricing on select state prints.
Missouri entered into statehood on August 10th, 1821.
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.
State Bird: Bluebird
State Flower: Hawthorn
State Tree: Dogwood
State Features: The fiddle is a reference to Branson, the rocks of the Ozarks, Missouri River, an old boat defining the voyage of Lewis and Clark which began in St. Louis, modern St. Louis under it’s famous Arch on the Mississippi River, an old-fashioned steamboat, Mark Twain's home in Hannibal, farmland stretching to Kansas City, and a Missouri Mule are represented.
Available in 2 sizes. 10"x10"x2" or 15"x15"x2"
The 10x10 size looks great on tabletops, bookcases and countertops too!
Nancy Thomas Gallery products are proudly handcrafted and assembled in the USA.
- Extended exposure to direct sunlight not advised.
- Extended exposure to high humidity not advised.
- Feather duster or dry cloth to dust
- Lightly wipe with slightly damp, soft cloth to remove grime or buildup
- Water only. Do not clean with chemicals.