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Lighthouse Throw Pillow featuring the photograph Algoma Pierhead Light by David T Wilkinson

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Algoma Pierhead Light Throw Pillow

David T Wilkinson

by David T Wilkinson



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Product Details

Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

Design Details

The Lake Michigan lighthouse in Algoma, Wisconsin was first established in 1893 as a set of range lights. In 1895, a fifth-order lens replaced the... more

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2 - 3 business days

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Algoma Pierhead Light Photograph by David T Wilkinson


Algoma Pierhead Light Canvas Print

Canvas Print

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Algoma Pierhead Light Art Print

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Algoma Pierhead Light Poster


Algoma Pierhead Light Metal Print

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Algoma Pierhead Light Acrylic Print

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Algoma Pierhead Light Wood Print

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Algoma Pierhead Light Greeting Card

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Algoma Pierhead Light iPhone Case

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Algoma Pierhead Light Throw Pillow

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Algoma Pierhead Light Duvet Cover

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Algoma Pierhead Light Shower Curtain

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Algoma Pierhead Light Tote Bag

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Algoma Pierhead Light Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Algoma Pierhead Light T-Shirt


Algoma Pierhead Light Coffee Mug

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Algoma Pierhead Light Spiral Notebook

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Algoma Pierhead Light Fleece Blanket

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Algoma Pierhead Light Jigsaw Puzzle

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Algoma Pierhead Light Ornament


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Comments (6)

Karen Adams

Karen Adams

Such a beautiful moment in time! . . . .f/l

Genevieve Esson

Genevieve Esson

Stunning capture! Love the special effects! v/f

Kathi Mirto

Kathi Mirto

Love the lens flare effect! Awesome scene! vf

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

Wonderful capture and lover the light flares. L

Anne Norskog

Anne Norskog

Very nicely done! L/F

Ricky L Jones

Ricky L Jones

Gorgeous! Wisconsin has such great Lighthouses!

Artist's Description

The Lake Michigan lighthouse in Algoma, Wisconsin was first established in 1893 as a set of range lights. In 1895, a fifth-order lens replaced the original lantern; increasing the effective range of the light to 11 miles. It was rebuilt in 1908. It stood 26 feet high. In 1932, it was modified again and the entire structure was raised to a height of 42 feet by placing the older tower on a new steel base 12 feet in diameter, that increased the focal height to forty-two feet. The station was automated in 1973.



About David T Wilkinson

David T Wilkinson

David T. Wilkinson attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison and Milwaukee, studying art and architecture. He earned a Master's Degree in Architecture in 1975. As a child Dave first learned about photography in his grandfather's darkroom, developed his eye for photography during college, and has progressed with his art through digital technology. In addition to his photography, over four decades Dave created pen and ink artwork including Door County, Wisconsin scenes as well as custom residential renderings. Dave is a retired United Methodist minister, having served churches in Green Bay, Wisconsin and Cleveland Heights, Ohio. In his photography Dave captures his unique perspective as architect, artist and minister. "I believe that we...