Landmark Series | MN Glensheen Mansion Summer by Mark Herman

Landmark Series | MN Glensheen Mansion Summer by Mark Herman. The Glensheen Mansion is a historic estate on Lake Superior, owned by the University of Minnesota Duluth. Glensheen sits on 7.6 acres of lake front property, has 38 rooms and is built in the Jacobean architectural tradition, inspired by the Beaux-Arts styles of the era. The mansion was constructed as the family home of Chester Adgate Congdon. The building was designed by Minnesota architect Clarence H. Johnston Sr., with interiors designed by William French and the formal terraced garden and English style landscape designed by the Charles Wellford Leavitt firm out of New York. Construction began in 1905, and completed in 1908.

All of our art is original digital graphic art, illustrated exclusively by Mark Herman. These are not reproductions of vintage art.

Giclée fine art open edition print on Epson heavy weight (10.3mil/192 gsm), archival matte paper, with Epson pigmented ink.

All of our prints include an off-white printed border, designed for framing with or without matting, with small icon at the bottom of the print. The size of the border varies with the print (from 1-3 inches), so the “live image” is usually as follows:

36x48 Print $150/ Framed w/Clear Plexiglass $600
Live Image Approx. 30x42
(No icon at the bottom of the print.)

24x32 Print $80/ Framed w/Clear Plexiglass $350
Live Image Approx. 18x26
(No icon at the bottom of the print.)

16x20 Print $40/ Framed $140
Live Image Approx.10x14

8x10 Print $20/ Framed $75
Live Image Approx. 5x7

Note Card $5
Live Image Approx. 3x5

A6 Folded Card Approx. 4 5/8 x 6 1/4 in
Blank Inside w/Envelope

Sizes may vary slightly due to paper cropping.

Please click here to see pictures of the art with rulers for further clarification.

Please click here for more information on framed art.

The colors here may appear different in printed form than on screen - subtler colors are more desaturated. Bright saturated colors are more boldly saturated



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