Patterson Park Pagoda


Patterson Park Pagoda

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The Patterson Park Pagoda

The high ground at the northwest corner of Patterson Park, called Hampstead Hill, was the key defensive position for U.S. forces against British ground forces in the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812.

Today, Patterson Park has smooth pathways suitable for biking and jogging. Its notable features include the boat lake (where fishing is permitted), the marble fountain, the General Casimir Pulaski Monument, and the Patterson Park Pagoda.

The original watercolor image of, “The Patterson Park Pagoda” is available for purchase. Hundreds of reproductions have sold. Now is your chance to own the original. The art comes in a protective plastic sleeve and is signed by the artist himself, Todd Conway

 

Full size: 16 x 20 inches matted in black with protective plastic sleeve and signed by the artist Todd Conway. ($50.00)

Original: 16 x 20 inches matted in black. Arrives in a protective plastic sleeve.  $350

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