Introducing the first two installments in our new print series. Point Loma Lighthouse and Los Angeles Harbor Lighthouse 12" x 12" two-color silkscreens are available now at orangeandpark.com.
The "new" Point Loma Lighthouse was built in 1890 with components brought in by rail from the East Coast, and put into service the following year when its lens arrived by steamship from France. The original lighthouse, built in 1855, was situated too high on the summit to be effective in heavy fog!
Los Angeles Harbor Light (also known as Angels Gate Light) has stood watch at the San Pedro Breakwater since 1913. Its black stripes and one-of-a-kind emerald beacon increase its visibility in the fog.