Size: 14″ x 20″ Framed: 27″ x 31.5″ Antique solid cherry frame, 19th c. Archival linen mat, water gilt liners, museum glass. Matches “Barton Street Bar

The quietly patriotic “Flag Day” depicts Old Glory hanging above the door of the Cat’s Meow, a long-established watering hole in the Soulard neighborhood of St. Louis. It sits just 2 blocks from the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, which has been a major employer and beloved corporate citizen since the 19th century. Note the Pabst Blue Ribbon signs. Their colors echo those of the flag and, in this context, serve as a reminder that whether your beer comes from St. Louis or Milwaukee, we are all Americans, united under the Stars and Stripes. This theme of unity is reiterated by the small Christian Cross and Star of David framed in the mansard roof.

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