Colonial Gunpowder Magazine - Williamsburg Art Print
This Williamsburg art print features the historic 1715 Colonial Gunpowder Magazine. This is an original building and was the location of the famous 1775 Gunpowder incident near the outset of the American Revolution. The Royal Governor of the colony of Virginia ordered the seizure of the gunpowder held there which started local unrest and the mustering of militia throughout the colony. So not only is this building centuries old, it's the setting for American history you likely learned in school, kids!
The image itself was taken in the warm glow of the evening sun on a late summer day. The skies, I think, have a taste of fall color to them but personally what catches my eyes the most is the warm glow on those old bricks and the defensive cheval de frise in the foreground. A beautiful contrast to the cool blue sky and green of the landscape.
What attracts you to this Williamsburg art print? Are you a fan of history? Perhaps you've visited as well?
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