Architype NY: St. Patrick's Cathedral

Architype NY: St. Patrick's Cathedral

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12" x 18"
Giclée print on archival fine-art matte paper. Professional grade matte. The paper surface is ultra-smooth, non-reflective, and bright white. 
Open edition. 
Signed by the artist. 

Printed in New York with ❤️.

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Did you know?

The cornerstone of St. Patrick’s Cathedral was laid in 1858 and her doors swept open in 1879. It was over 150 years ago when Archbishop John Hughes announced his inspired ambition to build the “new” St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

The cathedral is built of white marble quarried in New York and Massachusetts. Its spires rise 330 feet (100 meters) from street level. The windows were made by artists in Chartres, Birmingham and Boston, and the great rose window was made by Charles Connick.