To quote Wikipedia, "Iolani Barracks (or house of warrior in Hawaiian) was built in 1870 directly adjacent to the Iolani Palace in downtown Honolulu. It housed about 80 members of the monarch's Royal Guard until the overthrow of the Monarchy in 1893. In 1978 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Hawaii Capitol Historic District.
In 1965, the structure was moved, stone by stone, to its current location to make room for the Hawaii State Capitol. Today, the building serves as a visitor’s center for ʻIolani Palace and houses a gift shop, ticket office, video theater, and membership office."
Dietrich Varez personally hand screens and signs each of his brown, monocolor block prints on 80 lb. acid-free bond paper. Paper size is 9"x12" with image size smaller. Your print of ‘Iolani Barracks’ comes packaged flat in a cardboard sleeve with Dietrich’s biography.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 06 September, 2011.