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Artist's description:

This original watercolor was created in the studio after visiting Yuma Territorial Prison for the first time.

From a series of three, entitled "These Came First", I was inspired to make the 3 pieces because they all represented early southwestern architecture that demonstrated the life of early, non-indigenous settlers in this area of the U.S. Water towers, prisons, and mission churches were some of the earliest structures, because people ventured this way and although some parts of the year were wonderful, the climate was very harsh. The first things people did was set up religious centers, ensure proper water storage, and confine prisoners to an arid space where escape and survival were less likely.

Painting is framed and ready to hang. Solid wood, antique frame is painted a deep blue, near black, to pull out the colors in the painting.

Materials used:

watercolor

Yuma Territorial Prison (2015)

$1,400

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This artwork is sold by Leah Lewman from United States

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Leah Lewman

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