This two-part landscape set captures the essence of Pennsylvania's stately woodlands, serene wilderness, and gentle hills yielding to rugged steep slopes.
Pennsylvania bore witness to a rich pageantry of our history, perhaps dating back over 15,000 years to the last glacial period.
The territory hosted several Native American tribes including the Lenape, Susquehannock, Shawneee, Erie, and Iroquois. Chartered as a Royal Colony in 1681, Pennsylvania would later serve as a nexus for the enlightenment and courageous struggle for American independence.
30 x 30