Collections: Larger canvas architectural art

Washington Canoe Club, Georgetown, DC

 The iconic Washington Canoe Club was built in 1904 in the Shingle style and it sits along the Potomac River, in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. It is one of only two remaining historic boathouses in Washington and is an important feature of the famous Potomac waterfront landscape. Per its charter, the Canoe Club was established for “mutual improvement, the promotion of physical culture, and the art of canoeing.”

All prints made in the USA using high quality archival inks. Mats and backing boards are also archival quality and fit into standard size frames.