Baroque Tail and Tower


What do Spanish Renaissance architecture and 1950s American automobile design have in common?

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Does the word ‘baroque’ come to mind? The 1959 Cadillac featured the biggest baddest boldest fins ever put on wheels, while the Museum of Man in Balboa Park, San Diego, is a brash beauty of a building showing off the intricacies of its 1915 dome and tower. Image is reproduced on gallery-wrapped canvas or infused on aluminum.  Both forms have integral wall mounts, so no frames are needed. Edition is limited. There will be no more than 59 images created in total. Signed, numbered Certificate of Authenticity will be included with all orders.

Additional Information

Dimensions 30 x 20 in

24×16 on canvas $495, 24×16 on aluminum $545, 36×24 on aluminum $795