University of Virginia Rotunda Giclée Print

University of Virginia Rotunda Giclée Print

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Thomas Jefferson designed and built the University of Virginia which opened its doors on March 7, 1825. Jefferson considered this one of his most important accomplishments and left instructions for “Father of the University of Virginia” to be inscribed on his tombstone.

This is an original print artwork by Barbara Shenefield. Created by combining photography, drawing and torn paper collage. Printed in limited editions with a high-quality giclée printer on archival paper. The resulting art print is vibrant and saturated with color. Made in the U.S.A. 19 ½”h x 13 ½”w.

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We will wrap your gift in white gift paper, trimmed with red Jefferson signature ribbon and a bow, and include a hand written gift message. The charge is $6.95 per item.

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