Limited edition of just 500 prints, you will receive a 4x6 print with a matte border, ready to fit into a 5x7 frame. This limited edition print is hand signed and numbered by the artist, and is just $19.95 including free shipping!
"This statue sits just outside of Faneuil Hall in Boston. I love to walk around that area, and Forest did too. I love the nightlife there, and Forest always enjoyed watching the street performers, especially the jugglers, although they never let him fetch the balls."
Called one of the most energetic and imaginative political leaders in Boston, he was a major activist urging resistance to oppressive British policies in the colony and an early proponent of independence.
Harvard educated, his accomplishments include: a member of the first and second Continental Congress, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a member of the committee to draft the Massachusetts Stat Constitution as well as a Lt. Governor and Governor of Massachusetts.
Although he was also a brewer, if you hoist a Sam Adams beer in his honor know that the picture on the bottle is of his fellow patriot Paul Revere. The beer company thought Sam too unattractive to grace his own namesake.