Saint Joseph University 3
Limited Edition Signed and Numbered Print. Reproduced from the original watercolor painting by N. Santoleri
Saint Joseph’s University has been a fixture of the Philadelphia community for more than 150 years, and this third painting in Nicholas P. Santoleri’s Barbelin Hall series captures the preeminent fixture of the campus community.
This iconic structure stands as the most recognizable building of the campus, even amid its current expansion and modernization efforts. The university has been operating since 1851, and the modernization efforts will help provide all students with an education for the 21st century. Capturing a peaceful view of the hall on a blustery winter day, “Saint Joseph’s University 3” is available as limited edition print, and would make a perfect gift or addition to your home or business.
This print was reproduced from the original watercolor. painted in 2013. Artist Proof and Remarque editions of this piece are also available, though quantities are extremely limited. Free personalization is also available on all prints, as well. Santoleri also offers other prints of the campus; see below for other university artworks available.
For more information on ordering a print, or any other questions, call Santoleri at 610-995-2047.
About this edition:
- The original watercolor painting was created in 2013
- The print image size is 12.75 x 20 (height by width in inches)
- The over all print size including the boarder is 17″ x 24″
|Type of Print||Edition Size||Print Status||Price||Purchase|
|Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Print Regular Edition||950||Available||$100|
|Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Artist Proof||50||Available||$200|
|Limited Edition Signed & Numbered Remarque Print||50||Available||$500|
|N/A||Pack of 10 Note Cards (5″x7″) Including 10 Envelopes||$20|
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Nicholas P. Santoleri ~ Artist Pineridge Productions, Inc.
1515 West Chester Pike Unit A-6, West Chester, PA 19382
In Historic Chester County, Pennsylvania