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Branch House, The Fan

Size and Framing -
  • Giclee print of The Branch House Museum of Architecture and Design on Richmond, VA's historic Monument Avenue in the Fan neighborhood. The Branch House was built between 1916 and 1919 and designed for John Kerr Branch by the famed architect John Russell Pope. The house features 27,000 sq ft spread over 11 levels! At almost three times the size of its neighbors, the house has become a Richmond icon, and is the only Monument Avenue building listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition to a museum, the house has become a popular venue for weddings and other social events. Personally, my favorite part of the house are the round chimneys designed in three very distinct patterns. For more information, check out their website: http://www.branchmuseum.org/ The Finer Details- All prints are created using archival quality pigment ink and are on Somerset Velvet paper. Each print is numbered and hand signed. The 8"X10" prints are on 9.5"X11.5" paper, and the 11"X14" prints are on 13"X16" paper. Framing is optional. If framing is selected, pieces will be framed with black wood frame and UV glass (as pictured above). 8"X10" prints will be in 11"X14" Nielsen Bainbridge 8"X10" prints will be in 11"X14" Nielsen Bainbridge ArtCare frames, and 11"X14" prints will be in 16"x20" Nielsen Bainbridge ArtCare frames. Let me know if you have any questions! Thanks! Peyton