University of Pennsylvania Paper Prints (Giclées)

University City, home of this Ivy League school, is a booming area with classic housing and new high rises.

A giclée print is an elevation in printmaking technology on archival paper.  The original oil on canvas artwork is first scanned by the Athenæum of Philadelphia on a sophisticated high-resolution digital scanner with a raking light to capture surface details.  The giclée is then printed using a professional eleven-color ink jet printer with archival-quality inks onto acid-free Innova soft textured fine art paper.  This printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction.  The archival paper giclée is then placed in a 100% cotton museum-quality mat.  An historical and architectural description (written by John) is affixed to the back and the giclée is enclosed in a protective acid-free clear bag.

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College Hall, University of Pennsylvania Giclée (paper)

At the heart of this Ivy League school, this treasured structure is a fine example of High Victorian Gothic style.

Starting at $24.99

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Legacies of Learning, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Giclée (paper)

The architectural styles and materials of these two Penn campus landmarks present a striking contrast. The eclectic red sandstone, brick, and terracotta library was designed by the famed architect Frank Furness while the serpentine and granite College Hall was designed by Thomas Web Richards.

Starting at $24.99


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