1930,s Old Mauch Chunk, PA
By Emerson L. Freese Jr.
Jim Thorpe Artist Emerson L. Freese, Jr was joined by Wine and Railroad enthusiasts for a fine time at Penn’s Peak second annual “Wine on the Mountain” sponsored by Lehigh Valley Wine Trail. Invited by Big Creek Vineyards, Emerson displayed several eminently collectable works of original art and over 25 limited edition Prints. Debuting at the Festival was Emerson’s museum quality 13x20 limited edition lithograph print of “Jersey Station”; a hyper-realistic mix media painting of 1930’s Mauch Chunk Train Station published by Out Of The Blue II LLC. The breathtaking signed and numbered edition limited to 400 prints @ $80., along with 40 artist proofs @$100., This will be truly a sought after collectible for train enthusiasts and history buffs alike, this edition has been well received. "Emerson's painting evokes memories of a time long past in Jim Thorpe when the New Jersey Central came calling." states Brian Manwiller, past President of the Washington DC Chapter of the National Railroad Historical Society."His painting captures the essence of what used to be a highlight of the day in an era when the pace of life was slower and the mail arrived by rail."adds Brian.
This is a professionaly Printed lithograph. This is NOT a Giclee (inkjet print). Release Date: July 30 2005 Signed by Emerson and numbered.
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