Marina Ahun's "Fitz-Randolph Gate/Nassau Hall" Watercolor Fine Art Print

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Marina Ahun

Museum quality watercolor giclee print

The Fitz-Randolph Gate grandly marks the traditional entrance to University. The gate is named for Nathaniel Fitz-Randolph who donated the land on which Nassau Hall stands. After 1970 the gate was opened permanently as a symbol of greater awareness of the world outside the University. Legend has it that any student who passes out of the Fitz-Randolph Gate before graduation will not graduate. Students take this very seriously, and it has become a rite of passage for graduating seniors to walk out the gates at the end of their graduation ceremony.

Giclee print available in 4 sizes:
Small (up to 8x10) priced at $96.00
Medium (up to 11x16) priced at $170.00
Large (up to 13x18) priced at $230.00
Custom (up to 22x30) priced at $270.00

- Print has a white border (3/4"-1") to allow for matting and standard size framing by the customer. 

- Print is 'artist proof' individually signed by Marina Ahun Vorojeykina

*Please note prints are made to order, please allow 7 business days before shipping.

Shipping is free for all orders in the continental U.S, no international shipping available

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RRP $ 96.00

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