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September Morning in Rice Park

September Morning in Rice Park Saint Paul, Minnesota Oil on Canvas - 2009 On May 16, 1849, a plat was filed by Henry M. Rice & John R. Irvine, the first addition to Saint Paul proper. They designated Block 11 as a “Public Square”. Thus, Rice Park was created, though for many years the land was simply known as City Park. In 1860, Mayor Prince acquired the first trees for the park and Chief Gooding and other officers planted them. In the center of Rice Park is a large circular water feature, its fountains dance around a bronze sculpture entitled The Source - 1965. Rising beyond the park is Saint Paul’s premier hotel, The Saint Paul Hotel (1910), and the handsome Landmark Tower office building (1982). Its top floors feature Park Towers condominiums. (Oil high- Premium Archival mat paper print image size: 22.50” x 18” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $125 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $175 Premium Museum Finish canvas print image size: 22.50” x 18” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $150 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $195 Premium Archival mat paper print image size: 36” x 32” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $300 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $400 Premium Museum Finish canvas print image size: 36” x 32” Signed/Numbered edition size: 999 - $400 Signed/Numbered Artist’s Proof edition size: 99 - $525 Available Printer’s Proofs: Premium Archival mat paper - Image size: 13 1/4” x 11 1/4” - Signed/Numbered edition size: 1/3 - $100 Premium Archival mat paper - Image size: 12 7/8” x 11” - Signed/Numbered edition size: 2/3 - $100 Premium Archival mat paper - Image size: 12 7/8” x 11” - Signed/Numbered edition size: 3/3 - $100 Original available: Canvas - Image size: 36” x 32” - $7,500

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