The Jackson Building Print
One of the most attention grabbing buildings in downtown Asheville, the Jackson Building was built in 1924 on what once was Thomas Wolfe’s father’s grave monument shop and heralded as the tallest building in Western North Carolina at the time. It’s neo-gothic styling makes this structure stand out, and if you look closely you can see “grotesques” standing guard at strategic points on the building’s heights.
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From the “Icon” series featuring beautiful representations of buildings and monuments in downtown Asheville, The Jackson Building will be a great addition to your own collection. The print is professionally reproduced on archival, acid-free Enhanced Matte Paper with a striking finish. It will arrive ready to be displayed prominently at your residence or studio or wherever you want to place this great symbol from the Land of The Sky.