This architectural Archival Watercolor Drawing of White Hall. The scaled drawing is based on the early 1800s painting by Christophe Colomb and other historical documents and images. White Hall, also known as Maison Blanche, was the family home of the Bringier family as was located on the east bank of the Mississippi River, near the Sunshine Bridge. The mansion burned int he 1850s and nothing remains of the great estate. The original painting measures 58" width x 29" height and is framed with black eglomise glass and gilt frame.
White Hall Plantation
- The White Hall Plantation (Maison Blanche) watercolor drawing measures 29" height x 58" width. The artwork is framed with eglomise (reverse black glass) matting and a gilt frame with overall measurements of 42" height by 70" width.
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