SENTINELS is available as a limited or standard edition fine art print, digitally printed on a canvas substrate and mounted over a stretcher frame as a mirrored edge canvas gallery wrap.
- Limited edition… 100 canvases will be produced; each print is personally signed and numbered by the artist, and includes a certificate of authenticity.
- Standard edition… open stock; each print bears a monogram of the artist.
Standard sizes & pricing for canvas prints of SENTINELS…
|Description||Size||Ltd Edition||Std Edition||Terms of Purchase|
|SENTINELS Canvas||36 x 12||$ 390.00||$ 260.00||Net pricing. Applicable taxes, shipping and insurance not included.|
|SENTINELS Canvas||60 x 20||$ 790.00||$ 530.00||Net pricing. Applicable taxes, shipping and insurance not included.|
• Additional sizes are available to suit the space you are choosing to display the canvas.
• Applicable taxes, shipping and insurance costs will vary depending on the print purchased and shipping destination.
Please contact IS for pricing on the print of your choosing and for quotation on delivery to your preferred destination.
Historical Background of Image
The pilings in this panoramic are the remains of Brunswick No. 2, a cannery built in 1897 on the lower south arm of the Fraser River in Delta by the Brunswick Cannery Co. (George Dawson, Alfred J. Buttimer and George I. Wilson). The cannery was acquired by the British Columbia Packers’ Association in 1902 – 1903.
The cannery continued to operate until 1930, except for two years, 1919 and 1920. After 1930 the cannery was used as a fish camp for the Imperial Plant at Steveston, and then as net and boat storage. In 1961 the site was acquired as part of the Roberts Bank expropriation. In 1983 the now-derelict and reduced buildings were demolished.
Background information provided by the Delta Museum and Archive Society
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