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This fine art Design for an Early Style Drag with No Top is ca 1860 and makes a perfect gift idea for old auto enthusiasts. According to The... more
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This fine art Design for an Early Style Drag with No Top is ca 1860 and makes a perfect gift idea for old auto enthusiasts. According to The Metropolitan Museum; "Established in 1810 by James Brewster (1788–1866) in New Haven, Connecticut, Brewster & Company, specialized in the manufacture of fine carriages. The founder opened a New York showroom in 1827 at 53-54 Broad Street, and the company flourished under generations of family leadership."The original early style drag photo resides at The Met at..http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/380162
About Bob Pardue I am a United States travel and model photographer with 15 years experience in landscapes, detail photos, and abstract photography situations. USA Travel - If you're looking for travel art photos, I have a nice collection and I am constantly traveling throughout the Southeast and other areas of the USA to provide a good representation for you. You will benefit from my knowledge of new locations and places to give you that special wall art photograph you need. Photography Education - I am a graduate of New York Institute of Photography and I have studied techniques of Brian Ratty, Earl Miller, Bill Lemon and others. I am continuously testing to better my expertise and develop my style for my benefit and for the benefit...
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