Ten of Towers (30x45) (2013)
Digital Art (Giclée) by Jeff Iverson


  • Digital Art (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 25
  • Size: 48 × 33 in (unframed) / 45 × 30 in (actual image size)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed and numbered on the back

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Jeff Iverson

United States

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Artist's description:

Towers have been used by mankind since prehistoric times. The oldest known may be the circular stone tower in walls of Neolithic Jericho (8000 BC). Some of the earliest towers were ziggurats, which existed in Sumerian architecture since the 4th millennium BC. The most famous ziggurats include the Sumerian Ziggurat of Ur, built the 3rd millennium BC, and the Etemenanki, one of the most famous examples of Babylonian architecture. The latter was built in Babylon during the 2nd millennium BC and was considered the tallest tower of the ancient world.

Materials used:

acid free paper, archival ink