Visit the “Painted Ladies of San Francisco". They are a row of colorful Victorian houses located at 710–720 Steiner Street, across from Alamo Square. These Queen Anne-style homes are one of the thousands built in San Francisco during its booming growth at the end of the 19th-century and have become a pop culture staple, and are one of the most well-recognized examples of California Victorian architecture.
This print is part of our City Strolls Collection.
Each photo in this collection was taken by Jennifer on her strolls around town, screen printed over wallpaper.
Decorate your walls with memories. This print also makes the perfect gift for friends and family.
- Professionally printed on archival paper and glued to a 3/4" wood plywood panel with hanging hardware included.
- Ready to hang.
- Made by hand and shipped from our San Francisco studio.
- Professionally printed on archival papers
- Size 8"x8" ships from SF and larger sizes ship from Los Angeles
- Frames can be found at Target, Amazon, West Elm, Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Anthropologie, IKEA, and at local frame stores in your area.
- 1.25” thick white edge
- Ready to hang
- Artist-grade poly-cotton blend canvas
- UV Coating is scratch resistant. Wipe clean with a damp cloth
Want a custom size? Get in touch.