New Orlean’s artist, Joe Brewton, is inspired by the pop culture painting of Andy Warhol and his use of silkscreen-medium methods, and the brilliant abstract works of Henri Matisse. In this series Joe explores one of his favorite subjects–the ornate doors and windows of New Orleans’s famous French Quarter.
Title: French Quarter Home #1
Title: French Quarter Home #2
Title: French Quarter Home #3
Year: 2009 (right)
These are limited-edition prints and we are fortunate to have 20 prints of each reserved for Bourbon & Boots customers.
The print is already trimmed to 11×14 inches, and no custom framing is required. It will fit into any standard 11×14 inch frame, or it can easily be matted & framed using any matte with a standard 11×14 inch image opening.
Printed with high-quality archival pigment based inks on beautiful 12 mil radiant white archival matte watercolor paper. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist.
Who: Joe Brewton Art
Where: New Orleans
Why: Joe is mostly a self-taught artist and graduated from the LSU School of Architecture.
You Should Know: Only a handful buildings in the French Quarter preserve their original Colonial Spanish or French architectural styles. Fires in 1788 and 1794 destroyed many of the original French colonial buildings.
Small Stuff: The print is carefully packaged in a rigid, sturdy reinforced tube to prevent damage during shipping. Orders are shipped via USPS First Class Mail. Please allow 3-5 business days for your order to ship. Frame not included.