|Canvas||15 x 13 inches|
|Image||12 x 10 inches|
|Material||Zwiegart Mono Deluxe
This structure was built for Joseph Vilas (a local politician) in the late 1800s. The 13-room house was designed by George Ferry and Alfred Clas and it costed $35,000 (they also designed the Pabst Mansion in Milwaukee). The widow of Reinhardt Rahr, who purchased the home in 1910, donated it to the city of Manitowoc in 1941 to use as an art museum.
This style of architecture typically includes a sweep of steps leading to a carved stone door-case; rows of painted sash windows in boxes set flush with the brickwork; stone quoins emphasizing corners; a central triangular pediment set against a hipped roof with dormers; typically box-like "double pile" plans, two rooms deep.
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Pepita Needlepoint canvases are printed on high-quality Zweigart Mono Deluxe White canvas. The 100% cotton weave is easy on the eyes and gentle on the hands for your stitching enjoyment. Bright, vivid and fade-resistant ink allow you to easily match thread to the image on the canvas. Our proprietary printing process was developed by specialists in the fabric printing industry and we guarantee you will not find a better quality painted canvas. Pepita's line of needlepoint canvases and needlepoint kits are simply the best available on the market today. Learn more about Pepita Needlepoint.
If you would like to purchase thread together with this canvas, please select the corresponding option above (before the Add to Cart button). The needlepoint kit includes all the thread you need to complete the project, plus two tapestry needles. You will receive full skeins of DMC Pearl Cotton thread, in all the colors you need. DMC Pearl Cotton is thick, luxurious thread that is used right out of the package, no stranding or other preparation necessary.