1986. 20 1/2" square Plexiglas box frame with light colored burlap looking background. Contains number 38 of 200 limited edition drawing of the Statue of Liberty with cut away interior. Drawing completed and hand inked by the architects of record for the restoration, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects.
Back of frame has label detailing same and is further hand marked to indicate that it was presented to Antonio Ortiz-Mena. Actual drawing is on rag cut edge paper and fills almost the entire frame area. Piece is lightly mounted and appears to be floating in the frame (we forget the terminology for this type of floating mounting, sorry but it is a professional technique). Heavy wood frame covered in off-white textured heavy fabric. Beautifully detailed and hand numbered in pencil. 200 is an extremely low edition number. This is especially true for presentation pieces which rarely leave the hands of those they are presented to. Unique and rare Statue of Liberty collectible and a beautiful backdrop for a collection. Ready to hang. Excellent.