The framed drawing of the gardens, terraces and building structures from 1936 is a blueprint. Its is framed under Lucite, and attached to an upholstered interior board wrapped in cotton/linen fabric. The 1936 restoration plan featuring the Governor's palace as artwork is a graphic and decorative way to celebrate the rich history and preservation of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia.
- Material: Giclée Print, Lucite
- Dimensions: 20"w x 26"H x 2.5"D
- Weight: 12 lbs