Train Station 1929 Print
Back in the early 1900's this was a common sight in almost every village and small town in Ontario. Train stations dotted the land. They were very pretty Victorian buildings. Although my painting reference of the Hespeler Train Station was in black and white, I chose to paint the building in these colours after researching the common colours for that time period. Many were combinations of the pale yellow or green, beige, ivory. All the buildings were red-washed in the 1940's as they were taken over by new owners.
(Photo reference courtesy of City of Cambridge Archives)
This giclee print is printed with archival inks on cold pressed paper and comes already matted, ready to put in to your own frames.
Available as a matted 16x20 - $65.00
Also as a matted 12x16 - $50.00
Please allow 1 week prior to shipping.
This print comes with a mat, in a protective plastic sleeve in a Stay-Flat envelope.
Mat is included
Frames and accessories not included
Room photos for illustration only