'Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco' by Rosie's Easel
This iconic structure, which opened to the public in 1937, spans almost two miles across the narrow strait where San Francisco Bay opens to meet the Pacific Ocean. Once the tallest and longest suspension bridge in the world, it remains one of the most recognisable.
The original painting was created with acrylic paints using a map of the area. The print is available in two sizes so you can find the perfect spot for your new piece of art. Both the medium and large prints come with a crisp white mount while a famed option is also available.
Dimensions: medium A5 print matched with a mount (10” x 8”) or glass fronted black frame.
Large print A4 matched with a mount (14” x 11”) or glass fronted frame.
(The map used for this piece is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Changes have been made. The licensor has not endorsed Rosie's Easel or her use. Credit: Crocker's guide map of the city of San Francisco: compiled from the official surveys and engraved expressly for Crocker-Langley San Francisco directory, 1896. Author: H.S. Crocker & Co. Source: Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division, The New York Public Library.)