Pinkney Street, Annapolis MD

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Original watercolor and Ink on paper panel, 9 x 12 framed

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Pinkney Street is where the “worker bees” lived during the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. The street is named after William Pinkney, 1764-1822, Statesman/Diplomat, Congressman, Senator, Mayor of Annapolis, Minister to England and Minister to Russia. He and others wrote the Maryland Constitution (as told to me by his great, great, great, great Grand Daughter, Kris Pinkney of New Hampshire. Thank you Kris.

This painting, done in line and watercolor, has been mounted on a panel, sealed, and varnished with a UV protectant. This eliminates the need for matting and glass.