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© Original artwork copyrighted by Master Daniel Austin, Founder of Interpressionism Art movement. Dimension 42' x 58', oil on canvas. A panoramic view of "Castillo San Felipe Del Morro of Puerto Rico". This Fortress was built during the 18th century by Juan de Tejada and Juan Bautista Antonelli, which was based on the then firmly established Spanish military fortification principles of the time. In 1961, the United States Army officially retired from El Morro. The fort became a part of the National Park Service to be preserved as museums. In 1983, the Castillo and the city walls were declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. In honor of the Quincentennial of the voyages of Columbus in 1992 the exterior esplanade was cleared of palm trees that had been planted by the U.S. Army in the Fort Brooke era, and restored to the open appearance this "field-of-fire" for El Morro's cannon would have had in colonial Spanish times. This historic landmark is one of Austin very few realistic works. © 2012 by Master Daniel Austin. Feel free to contact Us by phone for any information about this Artwork: tel. 954.909.4541 / 954.326.9580, email@example.com (Possibility to Negotiate.)
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All my artwork reproductions are available only in limited edition prints. We print only on the finest available materials (matte, glossy papers, canvas) to ensure that you receive the highest quality product. All matte and glossy papers are authentic archival quality, meaning they will outlast you and your grandchildren without fading. We follow the museum standard for printing and packaging. Our limited print reproductions are delivering embossed with the gallery logo seal, hand ink signed by Master Daniel Austin, notarized and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity. My hope is these prints stay with you for years to come and become valued assets as well as pieces that inspire and arouse the curiosity of your friends and family.