Statue of Liberty in Paris Framed Print

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In this photograph a man stands in a distraught-looking part of Paris, and the Statue of Liberty, under construction, stands behind. In 1916, the French ambassador said at a ceremony for the Statue of Liberty, Not to a man, not to a nation, the statue was raised. It was raised to an idea - an idea greater than France or the United States: the idea of Liberty.

Artist: unknown
Title: Statue of Liberty in Paris Framed Print
Frame: Black Satin Deep Profile 3/4" Wood
Mat: Polar White/Cinder
Image Dimensions: 21.75 in. W x 30.75 in. H
Outside Frame Dimensions: 28.04 in. W x 37.04 in. H

Custom framed by designers, this piece features both frame and mat selections that have been hand-chosen to enhance the artwork.
Ready to hang - comes with a hanging wire for easy installation.
Gallery-quality acrylic glazing and premium-quality frame assembled in the U.S.A.
Long-lasting, fade-resistant ink on high quality lithographic paper
Paper is dry-mounted to prevent rippling

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