Purchase a P. Buckley Moss Hand-Signed Giclee Print
sold exclusively by the Reynolds Homestead
To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Reynolds Homestead, P. Buckley Moss created two beautiful works of art and has generously agreed to donate a portion of all sales to support art programs at the Reynolds Homestead. The following prints are available to purchase online:
- "The Reynolds Homestead," 15.75 inches by 10.15 inches, $100.04.
- "The Catalpa at Reynolds Homestead," 21 inches by 10 inches, $131
- "The Catalpa at Reynolds Homestead," 30.5 inches by 13.25 inches, $342.23.
- Special orders: The P. Buckley Moss Galleries will also take orders for larger print sizes or prints on canvas or other materials. To request a special order, call Angie Cauthen at 800-430-1320.
All prices include sales tax. Shipping within the U.S. 48 contiguous states is $13. Please call for shipping rates outside of the U.S. Prints may be picked up at the Reynolds Homestead or the Creative Arts Center in Stuart. Once an order is placed, the buyer will be contacted to arrange a pickup time.
Enjoy the grounds of the Reynolds Homestead and visit the Rock Spring, the Friendship Garden and the LEAF Trail. Learn more about our Experiential Education opportunities for your school, your club or organization.
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The Reynolds Homestead: History
Located in Critz, Virginia, the Reynolds Homestead is an Outreach Campus Center of Virginia Tech featuring a Community Engagement Center and a Forestry Research Center. Formerly known as Rock Spring Plantation, it is the birthplace and boyhood home of both tobacco magnate R. J. Reynolds and A.D. Reynolds, whose son Richard S. Reynolds was the founder of Reynolds Metals.
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Limited-edition, hand-signed prints by the renowned artist are available. Half the proceeds will support the Reynolds Homestead’s arts programming in Patrick County.
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Installed in the historic home and kitchen house at the former tobacco plantation in Patrick County, Virginia, the pieces aim to inspire discussion and reflection about the lives of the men, women, and children who were enslaved there.
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Spooky tales of the spirits of giggling children, an elderly man, and a young girl with her nightgown ablaze have become part of the historic home’s lore.