"Sanibel Light" by libsargent

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"Sanibel Light" Art Print

"Sanibel Light" Art Print
"Sanibel Light" Art Print
"Sanibel Light" Art Print
"Sanibel Light" Art Print

"Sanibel Light" Art Print

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  • Gallery quality Giclée print
  • Natural white, matte, ultra smooth background
  • 100% cotton, acid and lignin-free archival paper
  • Epson K3 archival inks for high-quality print
  • Custom trimmed with 1” border for framing
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About this artwork

I have always loved lighthouses, some reason they speak to me! There are thousands of different images of this lighthouse! Here is a little more history about Sanibel Lighthouse

The “Sanibel Island Light,” otherwise known as the “Sanibel Lighthouse” is located on the eastern end of the 12-mile long island. The idea to build the lighthouse was first proposed by some of the settlers of the island in 1833, when they petitioned for one to be built. Along the way there were other recommendations for a lighthouse to be built. After the Civil War, there was a request made with the idea that it would cause an increase in trade, and travelers would be able to find the island more easily. However, no real action was taken until 1883 when they finally received the $50,000 they needed to fund the construction. The building of the lighthouse finally started in February of 1884. Although they faced complications along the way, in only a few short months the lighthouse was finally completed. It was first lit on August 20th, 1884 with kerosene oil. In order to get to the top of the lighthouse, the lighthouse keeper had to walk up an external spiral staircase.

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