“Dutch Treats” (2022)

“The Dutch landed at the mouth of Delaware Bay nearly 400 years ago and their influence is still felt in Lewes. They named the place Zwaanendael — ‘Swan Valley’ — and in 1931 the Zwaanendael Museum, a copy of the Town Hall in Hoorn, Holland, opened its doors. Each spring, Lewes celebrates its Dutch heritage with tulip displays all over downtown. It’s that reverence for all things Dutch I aimed to capture with this print.” — Erick Sahler

Available in 8x10 and 16x20 Legacy Reproduction prints

5.5 x 7.25 image on 8x10 paper

12x16 image on 16x20 paper

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Maryland-made all-wood custom framing available