This striking seascape records the rugged natural beauty of Puget Sound—unquestionably North America’s most pristine estuary. The Sound was discovered in 1792 by George Vancouver and named after Peter Puget, a French Huguenot who became an officer in the British Royal Navy. It is the result of the melting retreat of the 6,000 foot thick Vashon Glaciation about 15,000 years ago.
This composition captures the striking colors, rocky jetties, swift currents, and dramatic vistas that characterize Puget Sound.
Offered in precision handcraft gold leaf, silver leaf, or white framing.
Size options: 12x12, 24x24, 30x30, 12x24, 18x24, 24x30, 24x36
Unframed: 36x36, 42x42
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