Historic Savannah Home – Custom Pen & Ink

May 16, 2011

I love drawing historic properties, and this Federal Style home on Lincoln Street is no exception.  Built in 1799 for William Barnard, it must have a million stories to tell.   In 1812, the house became the first Methodist parsonage in Savannah.  It also served as a Presbyterian manse as recently as the 1970’s.

custom pen and ink drawing house at 134 Lincoln St. Savannah

I’m a little sad that the iron gate designed by Ivan Bailey didn’t make the drawing…

Iron Gate Design by Ivan Bailey Savannah Georgia

Splendid, no?

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2 Responses to “Historic Savannah Home – Custom Pen & Ink”

  1. Sara Merrick Says:

    I’m the new owner of 134 Lincoln and I love your beautiful drawing. Your art will find a special place on one of our walls. Thank you! Sara


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