Kay Witherspoon A Collection of Six
(6) Beloved Pen & Ink Print Images
Signed & Numbered by the Artist in a limited edition of 300
care and extraordinary attention to every detail in the artistic pen
& ink, with ink wash renderings of six of Denver's most beloved
and well known historic landmarks has resulted in lithographs of
superb quality on acid free 80 Lb. rag paper, and printed in brown
All limited edition prints are signed & numbered by the artist Edition Size: 300 x 6 Images
* Image Size: 12" x 16" * Framed to Size
16" x 20"
Complete Collection (6 Images):
ONLY IN SETS * 26 sets
of 300 remain available
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1887-1889, Denver Landmark #20
Molly Brown House 1340 Pennsylvania
known as the House of Lions, the Molly Brown House was purchased in
1894 by mining magnate James Joseph Brown, owner of one of the richest
gold mines in history and husband of the famous "Maggie"
Brown, heroine in the musical production "The Unsinkable Molly
Built 1902, Denver
Grant-Humphreys Mansion 770 Pennsylvania
by James B. Grant, the third governor of Colorado and founder of the
Colorado Women's College, it was purchased by iron and oil magnate
Albert E. Humphreys in 1917. Bequeathed to the state in 1976 the
grounds now serve as a city park with the building itself serving as
offices including Historic-Denver Inc.
Denver Landmark #1
Governor's Mansion 400 E. 8th Avenue
Governor's Mansion was built by Walter S. Cheesman, founder of the
Union Depot Company and the city water works. Sold in 1926 to
Claude Boettcher, the home was donated to the state in 1960 and now
serves as the Governor's Mansion.
Built 1909, Denver Landmark #10
D & F Tower 1601 Arapahoe
Daniels and Fisher Tower, once the nation's third tallest structure at
330 feet, was Denver's tallest building and stately sentinel to the
Queen City of the Plains until 1958. Inspired by the campanile
of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice, Italy it has been Denver's most
beloved landmark. Today only the tower remains.
Built 1889, Denver Landmark #79
Dunning-Benedict Home 1200 Pennsylvania St.
home is quite possibly the finest of Denver landmarks exemplifying the
Richardsonian Romanesque style. Designed by the architect of the
Molly Brown House, it was constructed for Denver real estate
entrepreneur Walter Dunning and later purchased by Supreme Court
Justice Mitchell Benedict.
Built 1883, Denver Landmark #32
Castle 7020 E. 12th Avenue
by Baron Walter Von Richthofen and later sold to Edwin B. Hendrie,
Richthofen's Castle barely resembles its original castle-like
appearance due to extensive remodeling in 1910. Still a favorite
landmark to Coloradoans, the castle was offered for sale in 1981 for
1.2 million dollars.
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