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Martin’s Station – Refuge in the Wilderness
Image Size: Multiple
Type: Limited Edition Print
Price: $ Multiple
Category: American Frontier | Special Projects

A Special Project by David Wright for Wilderness Road State Park.

David Wright was commissioned to paint “Martin’s Station – Refuge in the Wilderness” for historic Martin’s Station at Wilderness Road State Park, Ewing, Virginia. Martin’s Station, an authentic recreation of Joseph Martin’s fort, originally built in 1775, interprets life on the frontier during those turbulent years of the third quarter of the 18th century.

Wright’s painting of Martin’s Station shows the fort as it might have looked at the time of its existence and depicts the Daniel Boone party arriving at Martin’s Station on their way to settle Kentucky in 1775

Three editions of Limited Edition Collector Prints have been published exclusively for Wilderness Road State Park.

1,000 Signed & Numbered prints $ 150.00
125 s/n canvas Giclees 30″ x 18″ $ 500.00
25 s/n canvas Giclees 48″ x 30″ $ 1,000.00

Open Edition Martin’s Station posters are also available $35.00

For more information about purchasing these prints, contact Martin’s Station at Wilderness Road State Park: 276 445-3065 or by email at: [email protected]

To learn more about the historic site, visit Martin’s Station website.

Published by Gray Stone Press

For more information:
PHONE: Gray Stone Press (615) 319-5598
EMAIL: [email protected]

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