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Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge Painterly Photo
©0486a McCullough Bridge over Rogue River

McCullough Arched Bridge Painting; Gold Beach steamer sank in Rogue River

Conde McCullough was chief engineer in 1932 when the Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge over the Rogue River was built.  As are all McCullough bridges, the decorative and functional ARCH prevails,  making Gold Beach  a tourist attraction at the southern Oregon coast.  People have also been watching the "Mary D. Hume" steamer, built at Gold Beach in 1881, age and disintegrate with time.  The painting captures both past and present.

This Painterly Photo represented on canvas has unique texture, strong color yet high detail.  The framed image is lightweight and easy to hang or move to a new location as needed.  It  has been sprayed with durable UV protection multiple times and hand brushed with a tough lacquer to make it water & fingerprint resistant.
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16 x 22  Gallery Wrap Canvas on 1 inch stretcher frame= $105.00
22 x 30 Gallery Wrap Canvas on 1 inch stretcher frame= $160.00
26 x 36 Gallery Wrap Canvas on 1 inch stretcher frame= $200.00
Other sizes available

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Last Updated 11-9-2016