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Landmark NY | Piermont House Blue Sky

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Piermont is a small village on the Hudson River with a rich history.  Industry Piermont, as we know it, was developed in the 1830s when the Erie Railroad began the project of creating rail service from New York City to Lake Erie. The railroad created a long pier extending almost a mile out to the deep water channel of the Hudson to access barges to NYC. In 1839, Eleazar Lord, owner of the Erie Railroad, decided that Tappan Slote should be renamed Piermont, combining a reference to the Erie pier and the mountain above on which he was building his country estate.

All of our art is original digital graphic art, these are not reproductions of vintage art. Giclée fine art open edition print on Epson heavy weight (10.3mil/192 gsm), archival matte paper, with Epson pigment ink. The colors here may appear different in printed form than on your screen. Most of our prints have an off-white printed border, designed for framing with or without a mat.  

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