1841 Republic of Texas Map Reproduction
Antique Vintage American Map
American Art Publishing is proud to present a high-quality reproduction Giclee of The John Arrowsmith, 1841 Republic of Texas Pocket Map. This map is printed on the highest quality archival paper and is rich in detail. The map is an important part of Texas history and is riddled with the hand written notes of William Bolleart, an Englishman and early explorer who spent two years surveying Texas while preparing a report for the British Admiralty.
Notes such as, "Deep ravine, bad water, no timber," and "Left wagons in Palo Duro," can be found written all over the map. These are firsthand accounts of the Texas landscape when it was pristine and unspoiled. This map is a terrific conversation piece and will be the focal point of any room.
The colors are rich and vibrant and the printing is sharp and clear. You can find cheaper versions of this map all over the web, but you will not find one of this quality anyplace except here. We have spared no expense in producing the finest quality Giclee.
Printed with archival inks on archival 300 gram Textured Watercolor Paper.
Museum Quality Archival Giclee
Delivered rolled in tube
All images available at American Art Publishing are authentic fine art reproductions made using the giclee process. They are true to the original in every detail and made with only the finest museum grade archival inks and papers. Our giclees will provide years of viewing pleasure.