Cleveland Arcade Prints
They didn't call it the gilded age for nothing! Built in 1890 the Cleveland Arcade holds the distinction of being recognized as the first indoor shopping center in America. Upon it's completion in 1890 The Arcade was knicknamed Cleveland's crystal palace.
Modeled after the Galleria Vittorio Manuele II in Milan Italy, the Arcade was designed by John Eisenmann and George H. Smith in the Romanesque style. The main tenent of which apparently must have been to let no surface go undecorated OR ungilded in brass or gold.
With this image I wanted to portray the amazing ornament as well as the overall light and sense of space under Cleveland's most iconic glass skylight.
Unframed giclee print produced in a limited edition of 100 for each size and signed by Jon C. Lund on Epson heavyweight paper. Standard size 16 x 24 and 24 x 36 frames are available from Craig frames at Wayfair.com.
All framed pieces are finished using Artshield UV protective coating. It's safer, much lighter and there is no glare or glass between you and the image.
NOW! shipping framed pieces nationwide. No matter where you live you're still a Clevelander, so show you Cleveland pride!
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