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"The Stadia Crew" Surveying Print, Limited Edition FRAMED
This is a pencil drawing of a stadia survey crew at their survey field camp in the southern California Mountains, Circa Early 1900's.
Artwork sold framed or print only. Click on "more images" to view larger size image of print and framed print.
Frames are 19 ½” x 22 ½” and are made from solid oak 1” x 1 ½” with silk screened increments on the front resembling a surveying level rod. These are shipped without picture hanging hardware. Custom frame, black mat and art guard inspiration ultraviolet blocking non-glare glass.
Print only: Prints on 13” x 16” Elegance 310 GM Fine Art paper, numbered and signed.
Artist: Steven Bellah
I have always been interested in drawing in pencil, but I was really inspired when I saw sketches of the mercury space program depicted by Paul Calle, the NASA artist of the time. Since then, I have strived for perfection in my illustrations. I have drawn several sketches of President Lincoln and the Civil War Era. I have found myself very intrigued in the early pictures of the land surveying trade.