Tillie Asbury Park New Jersey NJ Art Print 8x10 by Agorables Lovers of Historic Roadside America Tilly

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Tillie Asbury Park New Jersey NJ Art Print 8x10 by Agorables Lovers of Historic Roadside America Tilly

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$12.65

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Item details

Handmade item

Materials

ink, pen, paper, computer, printer, imagination, textures, love, patience, time, paint, pen and ink, watercolor paper

Dimensions

Height: 8 Inches; Width: 10 Inches

The sign reads, "There's Always Next Summer." This is true for 100 years, from 1888 to 1988 the Asbury Park landmark Palace Amusements was the heart of the boardwalk, and Tillie "stood" watch on both ends of the historic building.

Tillie was used as a backdrop by Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band in a 1973 promo picture.

Today Tillie is survived on the side of the Wonderbar and by one of the original block wall chunks from The Palace that was saved before it was demolished in 2004.

This print is from our original pen and ink drawing that was watercolored and formatted in Photoshop.

This Print is on high quality Watercolor Paper and Measures 8x10 inches.

Pictured is an actual 8x10 Print in frame.
(frame NOT included)


We try our best to make the colors as true to the web picture, but since we can't see "YOUR" monitor the colors may vary slightly.

If you have any Questions about our product or wholesale inquiries please feel free to contact us.

artwork is original designs and copyright 2003-2018 AGORABLES.com.

Some of our items have "Mature Themes or Humor." So, if you are easily offended, Stop NOW.

Thanks,

agorables.com
The sign reads, "There's Always Next Summer." This is true for 100 years, from 1888 to 1988 the Asbury Park landmark Palace Amusements was the heart of the boardwalk, and Tillie "stood" watch on both ends of the historic building.

Tillie was used as a backdrop by Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band in a 1973 promo picture.

Today Tillie is survived on the side of the Wonderbar and by one of the original block wall chunks from The Palace that was saved before it was demolished in 2004.

This print is from our original pen and ink drawing that was watercolored and formatted in Photoshop.

This Print is on high quality Watercolor Paper and Measures 8x10 inches.

Pictured is an actual 8x10 Print in frame.
(frame NOT included)


We try our best to make the colors as true to the web picture, but since we can't see "YOUR" monitor the colors may vary slightly.

If you have any Questions about our product or wholesale inquiries please feel free to contact us.

artwork is original designs and copyright 2003-2018 AGORABLES.com.

Some of our items have "Mature Themes or Humor." So, if you are easily offended, Stop NOW.

Thanks,

agorables.com

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