“Toleration Statue” Matted Photograph


Erected in the late 19th century, this 10-foot-tall stone “Toleration” statue by Herman Kirn is believed to be a likeness of William Penn. The statue’s title reflects the Quaker beliefs of liberty and conscience, which Penn espoused. This 2019 work is signed on the verso by photographer Jeremy Sustare, and is archivally mounted, matted and enclosed in a clear protective sleeve.

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  • Unframed artwork
  • Mounted, matted, and shrink-wrapped
  • Quality photo print on archival paper
  • Signed and dated by the photographer – en verso
  • Sized approximately 11″ X 14″, with mat opening sized 8″ X 10″
  • Condition: good
  • PLEASE NOTE: This product is available for pickup or local delivery ONLY – NO SHIPPING available at this time!

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 14 × .5 in