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Adam J Carriuolo

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Rhode Island Homes: Wickford is a 7 color print featuring a small sampling of the fine 18th century Colonial architecture found along Main Street in this picturesque village of North Kingstown.

Aside from its preservation of many historic homes from this era, Wickford boasts one of the loveliest protected harbors in the Northeast, as well as numerous flowering residential gardens that are the envy of the state.

Printed by hand, by the artist on Stonehenge Natural, a fine printmaking paper using 7 colors, this print's image size is 6.5" x 18" and the paper size is 10" x 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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Barrington: Town Hall is a 7 color print of the stately town hall in the seaside suburb of Barrington, Rhode Island.

Designed in 1887 by Stone, Carpenter, and Wilson, the Barrington Town Hall is rendered in the style of a Medieval European manor house. Complete with half-timber framing, smooth natural stone, and human proportions, the Town Hall relays an impressive, yet comfortable and domestic personality towards the citizens of the town.

This original design is printed by hand by the artist using 7 colors onto Rives BFK Tan, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. The image size is 9"x19" with a paper size of 12"x22".

Each print is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.

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Scituate: Old Congregational Church is an original composition of the much-loved 1830 Congregational church in Scituate, Rhode Island.

Typical of the Greek Revival style iconic of New England Protestant churches the Scituate Congregational church is austere, even in that subdued vernacular.

In fact, this church's quiet scale and understated ornamentation make it an even more faithful example of the form, given that at the time most of these churches were built (from the mid 18th to the mid 19th centuries) the Puritan ethos remained close to the cultural surface.

As an added Puritanical bonus, the pews in this church are unusual, in that they face the front door, presumably to shame latecomers.

This original design is printed by hand by the artist using 6 screens, including 2 split fountains (two or more colors blended together to form a gradient) for a total of 8 colors onto Rives BFK White, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. The image size is 9"x19" with a paper size of 12"x22".

Each print is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.

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Narragansett Travel: The Towers is an original composition of the famous Narragansett Towers on Ocean Road in Narraganset, Rhode Island.

The Towers structure is the surviving portion of the Narragansett Pier Casino, built from 1883-86 and designed by the firm of McKim, Mead, & White. The main portion of the Casino, constructed of timber and shingles burned down first in 1900 and after being rebuilt in 1905, burned down again in 1956.

The Casino was a center of recreation and leisure for many thousands of tourists during the turn of the century and The Towers retains that function today, as a magnetic icon of physical and emotional rejuvination.

This original design is printed by hand by the artist using 7 colors onto Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. The image size is 22"x16" with a paper size of 26"x20". Each print is part of a limited edition of 200 signed and numbered.

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Walter Gropius: Lincoln, MA is the first in a series of prints celebrating Mid-Century residential architecture in America.

Gropius was one of the founders of the Bauhaus design school in Germany and is considered among the most influential architects of the 20th century.

In 1938, after having fled Nazi Germany and emigrating to the US, Gropius (at that time a professor of Architecture at Harvard University) built a home for himself and his wife Ilse in the Boston suburb of Lincoln.

The Walter Gropius House is widely regarded as representing the vanguard of modernist architecture in the United States.

This original design is printed by hand by the artist using 8 colors on Rives BFK Tan, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. The image size is 22"x12" with a paper size of 26"x17". It is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.

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RI Homes: Jamestown is the fourth in a series of prints celebrating the richness of residential architecture throughout Rhode Island.

This composition features two of three nearly identical Victorian era cottages overlooking Jamestown Pier and facing east towards Newport.

Known as the Three Sisters, these homes were built in 1897 by Patrick Morgan, owner of the neighboring Thorndike Hotel (demolished) and named for his three daughters Betty, Nina, and Myra who eventually inherited them.

It is printed by hand on Stonehenge Natural, a fine printmaking paper using 7 colors. The image size is 6.5" x 18" and the paper size is 10" x 22". These prints are part of a limited edition of 80, signed and numbered.

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The resort colony of Watch Hill, poised on Block Island Sound at the southern tip of the town of Westerly, RI boasts some of the most magnificent Victorian era Summer Cottage architecture in New England.

This composition features the new Ocean House resort hotel, a stunningly faithfull resurrection of the first Ocean House, erected in 1868 as one of the original grand waterfront hotels of Rhode Island.

Watch Hill: Rhode Island is printed by hand using 7 colors onto Rives BFK White, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world.

The image size is 16"x 22" with an overall paper size of 20"x26". It is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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Wilcox Park in downtown Westerly, RI is a gorgeous example of an urban "victorian strolling park" and arboretum.

Designed in 1898 at the bequest of Harriet Wilcox (widow of Stephen Wilcox) by landscape designer Warren H. Manning, an associate of Frederick Law Olmsted, Wilcox Park was modeled on the classic strolling parks of 19th century Europe.

The park features many mature and rare trees, a large man-made lily pond, and several monuments, including Wilcox Memorial Fountain (1930), designed by John Francis Paramino.

This composition features the Wilcox Memorial Fountain and is rendered with a vigorous nod to the popular art nouveau style of the day.

Wilcox Park - Westerly is printed by hand using 6 colors onto Rives BFK Tan, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world.

The image size is 12 "x20" with an overall paper size of 18 "x26". It is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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The Newport Casino has been the crown jewel of the victorian shingle style of architecture since its completion in 1880.

Now home to the International Tennis Hall of Fame, the Casino (as with all successful urban outdoor sporting complexes) draws one in from the busy street through a shady passage and then outside again, into an environment very different from the one left behind. It is a magical transformation, and architect Stanford White has rendered this effect in the boldest of forms, colors, and textures.


The Newport Casino: McKim, Mead, & White in Rhode Island is printed by hand using 8 colors onto Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world.

The image size is 24 "x16.5" with an overall paper size of 28 "x20.5". It is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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During full lightings of the Waterfire celebration in Providence, the stunning facade of the Turk's Head Building (at the confluence of Weybosset and Westminster streets) presides over the festive ballroom dancing that populates the streets below.

This composition is a montage of the Turk's Head facade arranged with braziers from the WaterFire lighting on the Providence River.


It is printed by hand in 7 colors onto Rives BFK Tan, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. The image size is 8"x20" with an overall paper size of 14"x26". It is part of a limited edition of 125, signed and numbered.

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Block Island: Southeast Light is a six color print of the famed Southeast Lighthouse on Block Island. Its rugged perch, pounded and eroded by decades of thundering surf, was crumbling into the sea. Through the concerted efforts of a core of committed conservationists, this stately sentinal was moved in-by-inch several hundred feet inland and so continues to move and inspire us today.

The image size is 16"x22" and the paper size is 19.75"x25.75". It is printed on Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world and is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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RI Homes: Newport is the third in a series of prints celebrating the rich residential architecture of Rhode Island.

Designed by architect Horace Trumbauer for coal baron Edward Julius Berwind and completed in 1901, the Elms was inspired by the Château d'Asnières in France.

This composition is hand printed on Stonehenge Natural, a fine printmaking paper using 7 colors. The image size is 6.5" x 18" and the paper size is 10" x 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100, signed and numbered.

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RI Homes: Pawtucket is the first in a series of prints celebrating the richness of residential architecture throughout Rhode Island.

It is printed on Stonehenge Natural, a fine printmaking paper using 7 colors. The image size is 6.5" x 18" and the paper size is 10" x 22". It is part of a limited edition of 75, signed and numbered.

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RI Homes: Providence is the second in a series of prints celebrating the richness of residential architecture throughout Rhode Island.

It is printed on Stonehenge Natural, a fine printmaking paper using 7 colors. The image size is 6.5" x 18" and the paper size is 10" x 22". It is part of a limited edition of 80, signed and numbered.

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Providence: McKim, Mead, & White in Rhode Island is a six color print of the incomparable Rhode Island State House in Providence, regarded to be among the best examples of neo-classical architecture ever built. It is printed on Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. Image size is 7.5" by 14.5". The paper size is 15" by 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.
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Bristol: McKim, Mead, & White in Rhode Island is a six color print of the iconic W.G. Low house in Bristol, which was torn down in 1962. It is printed on Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. Image size is 7.5" by 14.5". The paper size is 15" by 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.
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Narragansett: McKim, Mead, & White in Rhode Island is a six color print of the surviving portion of the famous Narragansett Pier Casino spanning Ocean Road in Narragansett. It is printed on Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. Image size is 7.5" by 14.5". The paper size is 15" by 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.
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Newport: McKim, Mead, & White in Rhode Island is a five color print of the famous Isaac Bell house on Bellevue avenue in Newport. It is printed on Rives BFK Cream, one of the finest printmaking papers in the world. Image size is 7.5" by 14.5". The paper size is 15" by 22". It is part of a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered.
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