Hand Painted Mississippi River Maps
make great Gifts for your family River Buff or Traveler!
Lisa's Historic Maps are now on ETSY!
We are happy to offer this new
option fo those comfortable with the ETSY option. Please visit frequently
for our newest maps!
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Lisa is pleased to consider commissions for your favorite map!
Cartographer draws the map. The artist makes it beautiful."
... Quote from the Vatican collection of ancient maps.
Thank you so much to ALL who attended our exhibit
at the WINE GUYZ in La Crosse, WI. Click
here to review paintings
from the complete exhibit.
Lisa is now pleased to announce that her Historic Maps are now displayed and
available for purchase at these quality venues along the Upper Mississippi
ORDER any of the hand-painted maps below, just call us at
888-255-7726 or order online below!
5x7" photo quality note cards
are available for ALL historic maps. $4.50 ea
"Oh my goodness...
could you do a painting like this of Montana?"
"Could you do a painting of Lake Erie? of Hawaii? of
"Yes, yes, yes, and yes!!"
L'isle map, received today, is really beautiful! Thank you
very much, we promise to enjoy the magic for years and
years!" ~ Utah
wife is a realtor and saw one of your paintings in a
beautiful home. She wants one for herself... so this is
her Christmas gift!"
family is in the river business, and your maps were
exactly what I hoped to find!" Louisiana
saw Lisa's map at a Christmas home show in Madison and
came straight home to find her on the Internet. We want
one for our 40th Anniversary gift to ourselves!"
saw Lisa's beautifully framed map displayed prominently in
a Christmas home show in St. Louis and came straight home
to find her online." Illinois
bought a home with one of Lisa's maps hanging on the
Wall... but the owner wants to keep it :-(
So I need to order one of my own!! :-)" N. Carolina
all LOVED the plantation painting I bought for my son last
year. This year I get to buy one for myself! In fact, my
brother wants a copy also, so I will order that right away
if you have two available!" Reserve, Louisiana
daughter graduates this year with a heavy emphasis on
Mississippi River history. I thought your hand-painted
antique map would be a perfect graduation gift for her."
~ Minneapolis, Minnesota
"Thank you, my father loved his map!" ~ New Orleans
"Your Ivory map is beautiful!! He will love it! Thanks so
much!" ~ Seattle
have to ask you for two more maps... my wife wants them
for the living room and I'm not willing to give up mine in
the den!" ~Illinois
Les Etats Unis is beautiful. Thanks for going the extra
mile for us!" ~ Washington, DC
received our map yesterday... it is fabulous!" ~Atlanta,
Lt. Ross map was wonderful. I framed it and display it
next to an antique Scottish map. The artist did a
beautiful, beautiful job! ~ Texas
replacing a map my husband remembers as a child. It is so
meaningful to him. Thank you! - Louisiana
loved our giant 1887 ribbon map! It's perfect for the
2-story foyer." Mpls, Mn
"Absolutely, we thought the hand-painted maps were
fabulous. They have terrific impact in our gallery
~Vintage Gallery, 429 Royal Street,
French Quarter, New Orleans
visited this site one thousand times... I'm so excited to
have my 60" ribbon map!" ~ Louisiana
"Thank you! My two maps are PERFECT. My husband will love
them!" ~ Iowa
mother-in-law loves the Mississippi River and loves old
maps, so this is perfect for her." ~ Louisiana
New Historic Maps of NEW ORLEANS FRENCH QUARTER and DELTA!
1906 New Orleans & the Delta
of the Mississippi River, Bartholomew
24x36" Original $365
Phone NOW to ORDER!
Plan of New Orleans and Mouths of the Mississippi River as
originally drawn by La Tour in 1720. Wonderful detail of the
modern day "French Quarter" as it was in 1720. Map published in
36" wide Hand-Painted historic reproduction
We also have 11x17" Hand-Stained, Artist-Signed and numbered Limited Edition Prints available at just $85 each!
Ribbon Map by Willard Glazier
Order now online, or phone
This reproduction of a rare Mississippi River "ribbon map" was
drawn by Captain Willard Glazier to "prove" his premise that
the True Source of the Mississippi was Lake Glazier rather
than Lake Itasca. Looking for modern day towns on an old
map? Many modern-day towns are included in this. It also
contains many towns noted no longer appear on maps, like
Each hand-painted ribbon map in this edition is delicately and
individually hand-painted in skillfully blended watercolor
Father of Waters Ribbon Map is available in various sizes and prices
Prices shown reflect SALE PRICE!
our hand-painted historic map reproductions can be
produced to any size on a commission basis.
CLICK HERE for detailed historical information
on Mississippi River RIBBON MAPS.
geographical and historical commentary. Inset is detailed
map of Lake Itasca and the Mississippi River headwaters.
Approximately 24" x 36"
reproduction of Pike's Upper Mississippi Expeditions at
We also have TWO Artist's
Proofs Available at $256 each
Map of the Course of the Mississippi River
Limited Edition Gift Print.
2 Beautiful Artist's Prints
are available $200
of the Course of the Mississippi River from the Missouri
and the Country of the Illinois to the Mouths of the Lower
by George Collot
Original Hand-Colored painting of
this historic map reproduction
Map size 10" x 36"
Plantation Map Hand-Painted
in exquisite Detail!
reproduction of the PLANTATION MAP, 1858, South from
Natchez, Mississippi, including parts of Arkansas, and
We currently have only 3 of these beautiful, large
hand-painted maps available. Individual plantations are
"Your Ivory map is beautiful!! He will love it! Thanks so
36" x 57"
Available, ARTIST'S PROOF
1858 Plantation Map Print
Only 7 full-sized proof prints were made of our 2006 Plantation Map
Painting. Certificate provided.
Please call us at 888-255-7726 (days only, please!) or email
County, Wisconsin River to the Rock River in Illinois
5x7" photo quality note cards are available for ALL historic
maps. $4.50 ea
Please call 888-255-7726 to order.
Portion of the Crawford County Lead
Mines bounded by the Wisconsin River to the North and the
Mississippi River to the West. Includes Mineral Point,
Dodgeville to the East. Reproduction is crystal clear.
Colored Reproduction of the 1698 Italian "GULFO DEL MESSICO"
From the Arkansas River to the Gulf of Mexico (includes the
Arkansas Post) and EAST to the northern coast of Florida. This
ITALIAN map is one of our most detailed and most beautiful
GULFO del MESSICO
Map Size: 13 x 18 inches
888-255-7726 to ORDER
Carte de La Louisianne - French Map of the Missouri River
from the Appalachians to the Rockies, North to St. Paul, the
entire Mississippi. Notes French colonies, Indian nations and
towns, Mines, the River St. Louis (Mississippi River) and
adjacent rivers. From the "Saute de St. Antoine" (Minneapolis)
to the Gulf. Very detailed for much of the Missouri River and
western regions. Mouth of the Mississippi is marked as
Hand painted $226.00
Map size 13"x18"
888-255-7726 to ORDER
Ross Map of the Course of the Mississippi from Fort du
Chartres in opposite the Missouri River to the Gulf.
Prepared in 1765. (portion shown)
14x36" Hand Colored $280
Lieutenant Ross' large scale
map of the Mississippi is the largest format map of the
Mississippi during the 18th Century, and the most detailed
British Military Survey of the River. The map is based upon
D'Anville's large map of 1746 and his Carte de la Louisianne
published in 1752. Shows Fort Chartres in the north, and Fort
Kaskaskia. Adds substantial detail for southern portions of
the map, including Pointe Coupee and Fort Rosalie.
888-255-7726 to ORDER
River HEADWATERS 1887
Glazier Limited Edition Color Print
Includes Glazier's exact canoe route and
dates from his journey through the headwaters of the
Mississippi River to the lake he called Lake Glazier.
Map Print Size
Original, signed, hand-painted version of
this 1887 map is also available. Now $180 Phone
888-255-7726 to ORDER the hand-painted original of the
Limited Edition GIFT PRINT of Glazier's
HEADWATERS of the Mississippi"
du Cours du
Fleuve St. Louis (Mississippi River)
by Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703-1772), published in Paris,
From the Iberville River to the
Yazoo River. Fort Rosalie (Natchez) is shown. Also Fort de la
A portion of the Red River is detailed as well as an inset map
of French settlements near the Natchitoches and
historic Fort St. Jean.
Click link to see details of this map!
Bellin is one of the most proficient
French cartographers of the
mid-eighteenth century. Appointed the first "Ingenieur
Hydrographe de la Marine."
Map size 30 " x 20"
Hand-painted Historic Map Reproduction: $356
We do paint privately owned maps.. we
will produce a high resolution scan to the size you require.
Phone or email us with your query.
Phone 888-255-7726 to ORDER
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We are in the process of adding the rest of our
maps to this shopping cart... To ORDER any of the above maps,
just call us at 888-255-7726!
recommend to you any of the following great Mississippi River
real-photo NOTE CARDS of hand painted
antiqued maps. 5x7 size, individually packaged with envelope
and clear acetate. Set covers stretches of the entire
Mississippi River. Extremely limited edition!
Ask us how to put your favorite bit
of the river on a custom note card!
We've recently come into
possession of a number of historic Civil War images
from the Port Hudson area that are appropriate for framing.
Steamboat Sketches by Neal Fink
Prints of 20+ historic riverboats are appropriate for
photo, left, to see our entire selection of prints. Note
which specific boat prints you wish to purchase in the
comment box of the online order form when you click the
purchase button below..
For More on
Steamboat History we recommend
Hell or High Water
by Michael Gillespie
Lively History of Steamboating... with a delightful and
informative anthology of accounts from steamboat passengers,
crews and journalists of the 19th century. Personal accounts
of all aspects of steamboat travel from the development and
construction of vessels, to steamboat races, accidents and the
pleasures of Mississippi & Ohio river travel.