The museum quality edition of this view is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper and in a…
Drawing on the experience at Lowell, Abbott Lawrence in 1847 founded the town bearing his name on the Merrimack River, 26 miles northwest of Boston. Three decades later Lawrence was at the height of its prosperity, and this fine, toned lithograph reveals clearly the dense pattern of industrial, commercial, and residential buildings forming the core of the city.
The museum quality edition of this view is printed on a heavy, cover stock paper and in a larger size to highlight the tones and shading of this fine lithograph.
Size: 20¼” x 27½” – Toned, Cover-stock Paper