This intriguing Hults Folk Art Crossed Flags Framed Giclée Print comes with a hand-crafted black wood frame with a slightly distressed edge. The print tells the story of divided loyalties between England and the American Colonies in Williamsburg at the time of the American Revolution. The artwork shows two crossed flags positioned above the cupola of the Capitol building. One is a version of the Union Jack in use during the 18th century, and the other, the "Betsy Ross" flag, one of many early American flag designs in use during the same period.
The Williamsburg Collection by Hults Folk Art includes selected creations by Pam Hults inspired by Colonial Williamsburg's sites and gardens.
- Hults Folk Art Colonial Williamsburg Print Collection
- High-quality giclée print
- Hand-crafted in the USA
- Distressed black wooden frame
- Complete with back hanger
- Glass cover
- Measures 7 1/8"W X 10 3/8"H x 5/8"D
Pam Hult's original designs blend the traditional 18th and 19th Pennsylvania German arts of Fraktur and Scherenschnitte with her own touch of whimsy. A hand-made wood frame crafted by her husband, John, beautifully displays each piece of art. Early American Life magazine's Directory of Traditional American Crafts has included Hults Folk Art in 2009 and 2019.