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Nashville Windows - 2005 (Original) framed


Product Description

2005 Original watercolor in 37" x 23" cherry frame with 3 acid free mats, acid free backing and conservation glass.

Windows throughout the world usually serve as "eyes" of a structure and add to the "personality" of various architectural styles. This is very true in Nashville buildings.

And to portray Nashville window detailing, in 2005 Phil Ponder painted an original watercolor featuring a variety of windows and their character and function as important features on historic buildings in Music City.

The windows illustrated are: Silver Dollar (originally a saloon located at Broadway and Second Avenue, now commercial - 1893), Assumption Church (Seventh and Monroe in Germantown area - 1859), Second Avenue (three buildings in Market Street area - late 1800's), Cheekwood Mansion (Cheek family home, now museum/cultural center - 1933), Union Station (railroad center, now hotel - 1900), Grassmere (estate/home of Dunn family, now site of Nashville Zoo - original portion 1811), Two Rivers (McGavock family mansion, now owned by the city of Nashville - 1859), U.S. Customs House (Federal Building, now offices/courtrooms - conerstone 1877), Southern Turf (Fourth Avenue hotel, now offices - 1894), Reservoir Hill (pump house atop Eighth Avenue South reservoir site - 1889).