Heritage, Volume 8, Number 1, Winter 1990 Page: 29
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"REFITTING THF TFXA.C"
Edition 1000 s/n $65.00 25 artist Proofs $165.00
Artist Timothy W. Vanya in recalling his trips to the Battle Grounds as a boy was motivated to produce "REFITTING THE
TEXAS", the first in a series of works depicting the restoration of the last "DREADNOUGHT". Published from the original graphite
drawing on a neutral ph, 300 year archival, 80 lb fine art paper the edition has been limited to 1000 with 25 as artist proofs. Each print
has been carefully examined for consistency and quality to insure your satisfaction prior to being individually hand signed and
numbered. The plate and film were then destroyed, guarantying a true limited edition. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the
print goes to assist in deferring the cost of the restoration efforts. 1-800-228-0987 ext.292 ZsE H
Head of State
TO o Symbols of Diplomacy
TT E A 0 An Exhibition
Designed and printed by
David Holman at the Windriver Press
A complete history of Civil War
in Orange County. Excellent
Attakapian history of Southeast
Heritage House Museum
905 W. Division, Orange, TX 77630
Cost $35.00 plus tax $2.45
Winner of TR Febrenbach Award
for Best County History
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