Paul A. Lanquist Lake Oswego Print Collection (4)
Renowned Northwest artist, Paul A. Lanquist, designed these 18 x 24-inch, 12-color giclée prints celebrating Lake Oswego’s architectural heritage exclusively for the Lake Oswego Preservation Society. Proceeds from sales of these beautiful prints are earmarked for a special preservation fund.
WINTER features the 1866 Oswego Iron Furnace, the first furnace built on the West Coast and the only surviving blast furnace west of the Rocky Mountains. It is a City of Lake Oswego Landmark and it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
SPRING features the 1931 Richard Sundeleaf-designed Gothic style boathouse on Jantzen Island. The boathouse is a designated City of Lake Oswego Landmark and it’s listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The SUMMER poster features the 1929 George Rogers House designed by Van Evera Bailey. The house is on the National Register of Historic Places and it is a designated City of Lake Oswego Landmark.
AUTUMN features the 1927 Mulder-Lake House designed by noted architect, Wade Hampton Pipes. The house is a designated City of Lake Oswego Landmark.
For the set of all four seasons, the total price is $100 with $10 shipping. If no shipping is required, please contact us by using the email address or the phone number at the top of this page to arrange for local payment/pickup.
The seasonal prints are also available for purchase at the following Lake Oswego locations: Nicoletta’s Table and Marketplace at 333 S. State Street, Suite M. Open Monday through Saturday 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. Phone: (503) 699-2927 and the Lake Oswego City Hall store at 380 A Avenue, Suite 3, open Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.