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The motif: “San Francisco Cable Cars”
The history of San Francisco’s “Cable Cars” is interesting. The first cable car line was launched in September 1873. The light-rail system was expanded from 1877 to 1892 until, on April 18, 1906 all railway lines were destroyed in the big earthquake. It took the city until 1947, when a citizens’ action group and a referendum finally resulted in the reconstruction of this historical means of transportation. Since October 1, 1964, the Cable Cars are a United States’ national monument and an attraction for tourists.

Picture format and painting template:
“MASTERPIECE Premium”. These pictures in upright or landscape format of 40 x 50 cm can be positioned side by side or one below the other and are particularly suited for a fine picture gallery. The painting templates have a visible and palpable canvas structure. Due to this feature, the finished painting’s appearance is not only essentially enhanced but it also emphasizes the artistic character of the paintings by supporting the desired “oil on canvas” effect. Hint: SCHIPPER Arts & Crafts has matching aluminum frames on offer for this format. Please go to our menu bar “Frame Service”.

Contents of the box:
Rigid painting cardboard with canvas structure finish, size 40 x 50 cm. Precise pre-printed contours with well legible numbers. Water-based acrylic paints. Ready-to-paint pre-mixed colors. Brush with fine tip. Control template and detailed instructions for successful results.

Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 years due to small parts. Choking hazard!

San Francisco Cable Cars

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