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Art School: How to Draw a Historic Home – Betsy Ross’s House, Philadelphia

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If you are ever in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a visit to the House of Betsy Ross, famed seamstress of the first American flag is a must see. Located on Arch Street in Old Town Philadelphia just a few blocks from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, the house is a classic Pennsylvania colonial style. Historians still debate is this is the actual home where she resided, but even if it is not, it is still a gorgeously maintained example of a home from early American history, 1740. Vary the details of the house slightly and draw several in a row to create your own colonial street scene.

How to Draw a Historic Home – Betsy Ross’ House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Betsy Beier

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