skip to Main Content
Gateway to the West – Daniel Boone Leading the Settlers Through the Cumberland Gap, 1775
Image Size: Multiple
Type: Giclee on Canvas, Giclee on Paper
Price: $ Multiple
Category: American Frontier

Daniel Boone leads the settlers through the Cumberland Gap on their way to Kentucky in 1775. The original painting was commissioned for the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Visitor’s Center in Middlesboro, Kentucky. A 14′ photographic mural was made from the painting and is on display at the Center.

Issued in THREE LIMITED EDITIONS:

UNSTRETCHED GICLEE CANVAS, 48″ x 36″. Limited to 25 signed & numbered. @ $ 1,200.

STRETCHED GICLEE CANVAS, 30″ x 24″ – SOLD OUT – Was limited to 125 signed & numbered.

PAPER GICLEE printed on museum grade art paper, 25″ x 18″ image size. 1,000 Signed & Numbered prints. $ 200

Published by Gray Stone Press

To order or for more information:
PHONE: Gray Stone Press (615) 319-5598
EMAIL: [email protected]

Back To Top
error: Content is protected !!