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Doors Acrylic Print featuring the photograph The Alamo by Robert Bellomy

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The Alamo Acrylic Print

Robert Bellomy

by Robert Bellomy


Product Details

The Alamo acrylic print by Robert Bellomy.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

The doors of the Alamo are a well-known symbol of the historic battle that took place in 1836 in San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo was a mission and... more

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Acrylic Print Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Artist's Description

The doors of the Alamo are a well-known symbol of the historic battle that took place in 1836 in San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo was a mission and fortress that served as a key site in the Texas Revolution. The doors of the Alamo were made of thick, heavy mesquite wood and were originally intended to be used as shutters. However, during the battle, the doors were used as a barricade to help defend the mission. The doors have since become an iconic symbol of the bravery and sacrifice of the defenders of the Alamo. While the original doors were lost to history, replicas have been created and can be seen at the Alamo today. The entrance to the Alamo, San Antonio Texas.

About Robert Bellomy

Robert Bellomy

Robert is a self-taught, award winning, published photographer whose passion for photography began in high school after he received his first camera as a Christmas gift. He enjoys landscape, outdoor, and sports photography, and likes to share images captured through his lens with family, friends, and through social media. His work has been featured in the local media, and in a luxurious hardbound coffee table book sold throughout the Dallas Arts District. He has also won numerous photography awards at the State Fair of Texas. After retiring from an enjoyable career at Southwest Airlines, Robert now loves traveling with his wife and capturing photographic memories of the beautiful places they visit around the country. Please feel free...



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